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16 Jan

Upswing in worldwide IT spend in 2020

Gartner forecasts global IT spending will total $3.9 trillion this year, boosted by less economic and political uncertainty.

15 Jan

Bank of Kigali accelerates digital ambitions with Oracle Cloud

Rwanda’s largest bank sees positive outcomes after its extensive digital transformation journey to enhance its offerings.


Cloud ‘land grab’ to descend on SA this year

With multinational companies planning to open data centre facilities locally, the country is set to witness intense competition in the cloud space.


Nutanix appoints Thomas Rollin as Director: Global Accounts, EMEA

He will focus on heightening customer service delivery for the company’s global accounts, accelerating sales growth and providing trusted adviser services.


Luxembourg cloud provider opens PoP in Joburg

Cloud and edge solutions provider G-Core Labs opens a new point of presence in Johannesburg.

Dec 11, 2019

Cloud still too pricey in SA

Local companies do not see the equivalent savings businesses in other countries do because of the exchange rate, says Richard Firth, CEO of MIP Holdings.

Nov 22, 2019

Skills shortages hurt SA’s cloud ambitions

The country needs a thorough training ecosystem, ranging from self-learning to classroom-based training, says Red Hat.

Oct 16, 2019

Old Mutual eyes AWS cloud migration

The company will migrate over 1 000 applications to Amazon Web Services, shutting down its data centres by early 2022. 

Oct 14, 2019

Why cloud has birthed a new breed of managed service provider

Ian Moyse, sales director Natterbox, says according to a ‘Markets and Markets’ report, the managed services market is expected to reach $282 billion by 2023.

Oct 7, 2019

eBook: Finding success in the cloud

When planning for the future of your IT department, there’s one service that deserves a lot of attention – cloud computing.

Sep 27, 2019

Netsurit drives on-demand scalability for FUEL Online

Moving to a new business platform may make your company more efficient in the long run, legacy systems are ignored at your peril.

Sep 18, 2019

Play nicely with others, Oracle told amid SA data centre plans

South Africa will be one of the regions where Oracle will launch its Gen 2 Cloud Infrastructure next year.

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