IBM, Tshimologong support digital start-ups

A six-week accelerator programme aims to help entrepreneurs address challenges relating to skills and resources within their start-ups.


Travelport, IBM use Watson to provide travel insights

Using IBM Watson, the IBM Travel Manager unlocks previously unavailable insights from multiple data sources.

Aug 16, 2018

Absa joins Sovrin Foundation in blockchain, security push

Using Sovrin's decentralised distributed ledger technology will help Absa solve client identity challenges and decrease financial transaction costs.

Jul 12, 2018

SA's average data breach costs escalate

It now costs a whopping R36.5 million to address a data breach in South Africa, says IBM.

Jun 28, 2018

Transformation: Your reinvention journey starts here

According to Naveed Minhas technology influences our lives so much so that it influences our day to day activities.


Commvault announces new partnership with IBM

This will deliver Commvault data management and protection to IBM Business Resiliency Services customers.


In a world of disruption, how do you win?

IBM's Bridget van Kralingen says digital technologies are redefining possibilities for business.

Jun 26, 2018

IBM taps emotions for Wimbledon highlights

The All England Lawn Tennis Club partners with IBM to introduce the Watson AI platform, which recognises players' emotions.


Defining the enterprise mobility landscape

From the smugglers to the bringers, from the cloud to the customer, mobility has never been more of a talking point for the enterprise than it is today.


It's time to introduce coding in schools, says govt

The state considers implementing coding in schools to develop skills and future-proof the careers of young South Africans.

Jun 21, 2018

IBM in blockchain offensive in SA

The company wants to make more investments to drive blockchain technology in the South African market.

Jun 21, 2018

Govt must build skills for digital economy

Government will double down on infrastructure to ensure SA is not left behind in the fourth industrial revolution, says deputy comms minister Pinky Kekana.