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IBM drives diversity, inclusion in quantum computing

The company announces its first IBM Quantum education and research initiative for historically black colleges and universities.

2:50
9 Sep

Building the future of applications

Digital transformation has added pressure for solution providers to accelerate development, says Avanti Naidu, business development manager at Axiz.

2:30

New protocol for quantum computers tackles noise issue

Researchers develop a protocol that will help deal with the issue of noise in quantum computers so that they can handle more complex problems.

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Webinar: Better cloud management boosts uptime, compliance 

The move to the cloud has not been a smooth one for everyone. A webinar will unpack solutions that address the pain points.

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Webinar: IBM Sterling Control Center monitoring

In this session provided by Trustlink and IBM, you’ll learn more about IBM Sterling Control Center.

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Webinar: Avoid multi-cloud headaches

The big issue with the move to the cloud is how to track workloads and applications, while managing and monitoring their multi-cloud environment.

4:20
Jul 31, 2020

BCX builds SOC, repositions to fight cyber crime

The Telkom subsidiary establishes a Security Operations Centre in the vicinity of its Midrand data centre, as it repositions for the cyber security market.

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Prof Vilakazi looks to build high-tech start-up ecosystem around Wits

The new Wits vice-chancellor’s dream is to create a local version of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the University of Witwatersrand.

4:20
Jun 26, 2020

IBM machine learning tech helps Gauteng track COVID-19 infections

IBM Research Africa develops cloud-based technology to help the Gauteng government monitor, track and predict coronavirus infections.

4:20
Jun 17, 2020

Opportunities are in digital space, SA youths advised

To survive in this rapidly-changing landscape, the strategy for youth should be innovation and digital transformation, say two senior execs.

3:50
Jun 12, 2020

Microsoft, IBM, Amazon ban facial recognition tech sales to police

The global tech giants halt the sales of facial recognition technology to police amid protests about brutality after the killing of George Floyd.

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Jun 2, 2020

Tech giants condemn racial discrimination, George Floyd death

CEOs from Google, Snap, Apple, Facebook and SpaceX echo their support for racial justice and equality, pledging millions to charity.

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