Storage
4:50
Monday

Channel to feel the heat after MS Azure price hike

Analysts believe the local channel will feel margin pressure as Microsoft sharply increases Azure pricing.

1:50
Friday

Lenovo, NetApp team up to accelerate digital transformation

A global, multibillion-dollar partnership will see the tech giants work together to create technology that will help customers modernise legacy IT.

1:00
Thursday

Dropbox partners with CloudSmiths

Dropbox Business allows organisations to increase visibility and control over all of their data, says CloudSmiths.

2:00

Redstor to present at Gartner Symposium

Danie Marais, director of Product Management at Redstor, will take to the stage at the Gartner Symposium, in Cape Town, on 18 September.

1:30
Wednesday

Lift and shift your Oracle database to Azure

Azure constrained-core virtual machines are optimised for Oracle workloads to help companies lower their Oracle licensing costs.

2:50

Data now more important than ever, says Commvault

Companies need to take a pro-active approach to understanding and managing data, says Nigel Williams, EMEA senior director of marketing at Commvault.

1:50

Introducing Hyperconverged '(Un)Appliances'

Hyperconverged (Un)Appliances collapse servers, storage, and networking into a single server tier that is used to run virtual machines and containers.

1:30
24 Aug

ShapeBlue extends distribution agreement with NetApp

The systems integrator will offer SA-based partners access to the full NetApp range of solutions.

2:00

GDPR and SA businesses

All efforts expended on GDPR will place SA organisations in good stead for POPIA compliance, says Virtual Alliance.

4:00

Cooling for all edge scenarios

Rittal has added 20kW and 35kW output classes to its portfolio of refrigerant-based IT cooling solutions.

2:10
Aug 13, 2018

How will GDPR affect SA businesses?

Non-compliance with the GDPR might result in loss of reputation and the consequences thereof, says Dr Peter Tobin.

3:20
Aug 6, 2018

Gartner names key technologies for Africa

The research firm classifies four technologies that will have high business impact on Africa's ICT sector within two years.