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MWC: MTN, Eseye collaborate to provide global IOT

The mobile alliance aims to deliver globally connected Internet of things services through the Amazon Web Services platform.

Feb 13, 2019

Expect cloud ROI within a year

While migrating to the cloud is not cheap, an average business can gain an ROI within a year of implementing the tech, says Britehouse.

Feb 12, 2019

Global hyper-scalers to open up SA's cloud market

The local cloud services market is expected to explode when Amazon Web Services and Microsoft open their data centres in South Africa.


Veritas solidifies AWS partner status, attains AWS storage competency

Veritas Technologies has announced that its flagship products, Veritas NetBackup and Veritas Backup Exec, have attained Amazon Web Services Storage Competency status.

Feb 6, 2019

EOH gains AWS Advanced Consulting Partner status

EOH has achieved Advanced Consulting Partner status in the Amazon Web Services Partner Network.


The hyperscale opportunity is 'overblown'

The future of cloud computing is not what you think, says Dr Jai Menon, chief scientist at Cloudistics.

Jan 28, 2019

Amazon Web Services boosts open source credentials

The Amazon cloud computing unit's artificial intelligence development tool, SageMaker Neo, is now available as an open source project.

Dec 14, 2018

Citrix surprised by SA's cloud appetite

The company is surprised by how local businesses are embracing cloud, and it's playing into Citrix's cloud strategy.


Who is responsible for the ethics of AI?

Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy weighs in on who should be policing machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies.

Nov 30, 2018

Machine learning still key focus for AWS

Machine learning remains a major growth area for Amazon Web Services, with 13 new services and capabilities announced in Las Vegas this week.

Nov 30, 2018

AWS data centres 'particularly meaningful in SA'

Amazon Web Services expects its planned infrastructure region in Cape Town to "radically" improve latency for local customers.

Nov 29, 2018

Amazon Web Services plans more data centres in Africa

CEO Andy Jassy expects Amazon Web Services to launch more data centres in Africa after the planned Cape Town facility goes live in 2020.

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