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What’s shaping IT in Africa?

By Staff Writer 23 July 2014

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African leaders are actively promoting ICT infrastructure development, affordable access technologies and localised ICT sector growth, in partnership with global ICT vendors who see Africa as the next big frontier. Tracy Burrows delves deeper. FULL STORY >


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Microsoft SA and the ever-evolving enterprise mobility landscape

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 20 May 2015

TechSmart Business chats to Anthony Doherty of Microsoft South Africa, as he details the company's view on the local enterprise mobility space and their engagements thereof. FULL STORY >

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Smart metering platforms: the answer to the national power crisis?

By Staff Writer 20 May 2015

Smart Metering is instrumental in empowering municipalities and utilities to reduce outstanding collections, deliver actionable insights and prepare for the future. So notes Martin Vergunst, Business Solutions Executive at... FULL STORY >

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Agile, accurate decision-making ability is key to Retailers’ success

By Staff Writer 13 May 2015

Jaco Barnard from Wipro believes predictive analytics and the ability to harness big data are extremely essential in providing retailers with valuable customer insights, to drive performance improvements and competitive... FULL STORY >

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Local companies reflect on Tesla Powerwall

By Staff Writer 8 May 2015

With news of Tesla's Powerwall dominating the scene, we asked a number of local renewable energy players what they think of this new solution, and what its potential impact in SA could be. FULL STORY >

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No more data loss coverups for SA businesses with POPI

By Staff Writer 21 April 2015

South Africa has an historical culture of non-disclosure and cover-ups when it comes to data loss and data breaches, but the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act will force much greater transparency, says Jos Floor of Floor Swart... FULL STORY >

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Tips for SME survival during load shedding

By Staff Writer 14 April 2015

Load shedding is here to stay, so every small business needs to take steps to protect its systems and data when the lights go out as well as from power surges when electricity is restored after an outage. FULL STORY >

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Sub-Saharan mobile money market anticipated to grow to R17 billion

By Ryan Noik 6 March 2015

According to a new study, the mobile money market in sub-Saharan Africa has some serious potential, and is expected to grow to R17.7 billion by 2019. FULL STORY >

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AfriGIS: A different picture

By Staff Writer 3 March 2015

What can mapping tell us about Big Data. According to Magnus Rademeyer, MD of technology innovation company AfriGIS, quite a bit it seems. FULL STORY >

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Cloud Solution practice bolsters core Microsoft skills set

By Staff Writer 24 February 2015

Due to growing demand amongst resellers for assistance in establishing themselves as cloud businesses, WestconGroup Southern Africa has further bolstered its Microsoft technical support skills with a key appointment in this area. FULL STORY >

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The ways of work set to change

By Ryan Noik 18 February 2015

In a revealing and times exciting interview with Brendan McAravey, country manager for Citrix South Africa, both the future and the present state of work came under scrutiny. FULL STORY >

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