BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY MEDIA COMPANY
Companies
Sectors
World Wide Worx
  • Home
  • /
  • Topics
  • /
  • World Wide Worx
4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

4:50
Aug 29, 2019

SA manufacturers lag behind in IOT, AI

Local manufacturers are falling behind the curve in adoption of fibre connectivity, hampering their ability to innovate, says SYSPRO.

4:10

Paying the ransom is a terrible idea

Not only does it encourage ransomware attacks, but there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will hand over the decryption key once the ransom is paid.

4:40

Outdated security software puts SA firms at risk

The majority of local organisations are still using dated software to deal with cyber security incidents, a new survey finds.

6:00
Jul 10, 2019

MTN, Sanlam insurtech partnership may face stumbling blocks

The companies will have to overcome hindrances such as the lack of disposable income and insurance culture in Africa, say analysts.

4:00
Jul 8, 2019

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

2:30

Arthur Goldstuck heads up Sasfin’s digital advisory council

An advisory council for the financial services sector set to start work in July.

2:20

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.

3:50
Jan 29, 2019

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

4:50
Jan 21, 2019

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

5:40
Nov 20, 2018

Black Friday 2018 to be SA's biggest yet

Local e-commerce players expect to double their earnings this Black Friday, with intense preparations under way to ensure uptime and capacity.

3:00

Only 4% of South Africans are regular online shoppers

The Online Retail in South Africa 2019 study shows that while online retail is growing in SA, it is still only a small part of total retail revenue.

Related topics