Sizwe Africa IT Group, Huawei make the cloud journey less daunting
Sizwe Africa IT Group holds more than 70 Huawei Cloud security certifications, which demonstrates the company’s commitment to providing clients with secure ICT solutions.
Africa’s threat landscape
Organisations need to take a step back, re-strategise their security infrastructure and plan for a post-coronavirus world.
Boost efficiencies and results with an ECM system
Enterprise content management systems enable you to share information and access critical work systems from anywhere, which is vital in the era of remote work.
SYNAQ is prepared for the POPI Act
SYNAQ's solutions make your business processes POPI compliant because they’re intentionally engineered to fulfil the legislation’s data security requirements.
ECM systems: A one-stop solution to meet all requirements
An ECM system integrates with your existing infrastructure and helps you to meet POPI Act and GDPR requirements, says Kevin Nono, CEO of ELO Digital Office Africa.
BCX awarded Managed Services Partner of the Year by McAfee
The award recognises BCX's ability to build strong ecosystems while demonstrating its technical competence in managed services when it comes to software security.
No extension to POPI Act grace period, says info regulator
The Information Regulator stresses the one-year grace period given to organisations to comply with the data privacy law will not be extended.
SA consumers expose biggest call centre frustrations
South Africans cite being contacted without their permission among the major frustrations when dealing with outbound calls from call centres.
Organisations must ready for POPI Act’s full might
As companies prepare to comply with the POPI Act, they should expect to see an active Information Regulator and strict enforcement, says Deloitte’s Leishen Pillay.
Retiring or disposing of assets?
Universe Direct has a 24-year track record in the refurbishment and disposal of used IT equipment in a way that is compliant with the POPI Act.
The South African watchdog engages WhatsApp’s parent company, Facebook, after the former rolled out new terms and conditions.