Under the magnifying glass
South Africa’s digital forensics sector is in desperate need of a manpower boost as technology’s influence increasingly seeps into crime.
SITA’s silver lining
The slow march of government departments adopting cloud services finally seems to be picking up pace.
Africa’s best kept secret
By moving from digital finance for micro SMEs to enabling fintechs, banks and telcos, Ukheshe Technologies is hoping it has figured out a path for world domination.
The man of the moment
Winner of the IITPSA’s IT Personality of the Year award, Professor Tshilidzi Marwala has been a leading light for the adoption of technology to improve South Africa.
To boldly go
It’s been more than 50 years since the USS Enterprise took to the stars. Why are we still so interested in these explorers?
Linking man and machine
What is the progress in brain-computer integration?
Don’t fear the RPA
Adoption of robotic process automation in SA has been relatively slow. Why is that?
Trust no one and nothing
Get rid of your assumptions. Be prepared to continually reassess. Welcome to zero trust.
Web3: the internet of blockchains
The race to a decentralised, trustless internet, where data belongs to the user, is already underway. But do the hurdles belie the hype?
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The increase in remote work over the past two years has led to businesses demanding mobile notebooks more suitable to this new way of working. At the same time, they demand a notebook that offers performance at the most affordable price.
What started life as a campus-monitoring tool for social distancing is now being readied to launch into malls to provide retail management insights.
Is the metaverse just sci-fi for Africa?
A great deal more must be done technologically in Africa before the continent can truly leverage online virtual worlds.