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Digicloud Africa wins Google partner award

The company was named the 2020 Google Cloud Expansion Partner of the Year – EMEA.

28 Jun

Anthos – single management platform for modernised applications across hybrid, multicloud

Anthos is a managed hybrid cloud solution for modernising applications on-premises and in multiple clouds, says Digicloud Africa.

Jun 1, 2021

Google Cloud puts faster analytics into the hands of more African businesses

Digicloud believes Google Cloud Platform lowers the barriers to modernisation and AI/ML, giving local companies the fastest time to value and the simplest way to overcome legacy hurdles.

May 3, 2021

Africa moves to cloud faster and cheaper with Google Cloud

The key business cases for moving to the cloud include disaster recovery, supporting remote working and customer service, says Digicloud Africa.

Apr 1, 2021

Go Google Cloud for better SAP

SAP on Google Cloud is a fit-for-purpose solution for organisations in Africa, says Digicloud Africa.


ATG goes all-in with Google Cloud and reaps the benefits

For Argility Technology Group, Google Cloud has been pivotal to enabling true organic organisational innovation at the group level.


Start using machine learning

Harnessing the power of machine learning is now within reach for small businesses, thanks to a range of new tools from Google, says Louis van Schalkwyk, head of Technical Operations at Digicloud Africa.

Nov 12, 2020

Navigating today’s hybrid, multi-cloud world

Google is leading the drive towards a true multi-cloud world, says Digicloud's Sizwe Mabanga.


Uncover the business value of Google Workspace

With just a single link for access to everything you need – Google Workspace is your answer, says Nick Treurnicht, customer engineer at Digicloud Africa.

Oct 20, 2020

Webinar: Building a hybrid, multi-cloud strategy

You should take advantage of what all the cloud providers have to offer, says Digicloud's Louis van Schalkwyk.


Exploring IT budget models and the case for SAP on GCP

CBB models keep track of each IT service and its value. Should the value no longer be present, you can terminate the service and all associated costs immediately, says Sizwe Mabanga, customer engineer at Digicloud Africa.


Africa embraces cloud even as security fears persist

While cloud computing is now a standard business tool among African businesses, IT decision-makers remain concerned about the spate of data breaches.

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