Africa's top IT markets experience cloud benefits differently

This was a key finding of the Cloud Africa 2018 report, which World Wide Worx conducted on behalf of F5 Networks.

More locals to adopt robots, automated assistants

Around 44.3% of South African consumersplan to buy an AI device, such as smartphone or connected home device, according to a PwC study.

SA corporates poised to embrace emerging technologies

There's a rapidly growing readiness to adopt technologies like robotics, IOT and machine learning, says a joint study.

More local SMEs adopting fibre

Mar 19, 2018

The significant rise in availability of fibre has seen adoption increase to 23%, as more local SMEs migrate from ADSL to fibre Internet connectivity.

Celebrity influencers not always the best fit

Mar 16, 2018

New research turns the tables on traditional social media influencer theory, showing smaller, concentrated audiences could be more useful for brands.

Local SMEs still holding on to legacy tech

Jan 31, 2018

A large portion of local businesses are still using old technologies, and show a lack of awareness over the benefits of newer ones, says Xero.

Why's no-one worrying about SA's data breach?

Nov 23, 2017

Stolen personal information can be used to steal bank accounts, and opens up an opportunity for identity theft, warns CM.

Virtual reality to enhance VOD viewing experience

Oct 13, 2017

Virtual reality technology will be an essential component of TV in the future, says Ericsson.

Nearly 30% of all South Africans use Facebook

Sep 20, 2017

The latest SA Social Media Landscape study shows use of the world's largest social network has grown by 14% in SA since 2016.

Africa still grapples with barriers to Internet access

Aug 2, 2017

Affordability remains one of the primary barriers to Internet access and optimal Internet usage in SA, Rwanda, Kenya and Nigeria.

Internet access equals economic access

Jul 25, 2017

A new World Wide Worx study reveals the single most common use of the Internet among South Africans.

SA's Internet penetration on the rise

Jul 20, 2017

Study expects 22.5 million South Africans to come online in 2017 to reach the 40% penetration mark.