Overcrowded IT market may be a blessing for local businesses
If IT leaders are not exploring how cloud providers can save costs, they are leaving money on the table.
Amazon to hire thousands as its business booms
Amazon is on a recruitment drive to add 55 000 staff globally for corporate jobs and roles in robotics, research and engineering.
Unpacking the six cloud migration strategies
Developing a migration plan means understanding and planning how the migration team will handle each application throughout the company's migration journey, says BBD.
AWS cloud upskilling initiative doubles global presence
The Amazon Web Services re/Start training programme now reaches 52 cities across 25 countries, including in some Sub-Saharan Africa nations.
Video: Education in the cloud
Amazon Web Services and ITWeb hosted a virtual roundtable that explored the ways in which cloud technologies are shaping the education narrative.
The role of technology in enhanced education
Cloud platforms and tools such as data analytics will become increasingly important in the new normal of education, said panellists at a webinar hosted by AWS and ITWeb.
AWS, Sw7 partner to support African business
The cloud computing giant and the tech accelerator bring their resources together to support African businesses in their efforts to scale up their offerings.
Personalised, hybrid, lifelong: Experts predict likely future of higher education
The webinar focused on the higher education sector and was hosted by Amazon Web Services and ITWeb, which included the Department of Higher Education, Science and Innovation.
Personalised, hybrid, lifelong: experts predict the future of higher education
Higher education could move away from traditional degree and diploma courses, according to panellists participating in a recent webinar.
Amazon posts $113bn net sales as CEO Andy Jassy starts tenure
The company’s operating income increased to $7.7 billion in the second quarter, compared with $5.8 billion in second quarter 2020.