Telkom: The comeback kid
Although Telkom has a few issues to deal with, it’s onto a good thing, thanks to a solid foundation left by former CEO Sipho Maseko.
SITA’s silver lining
The slow march of government departments adopting cloud services finally seems to be picking up pace.
Creating the book of life
Healthcare data shouldn’t be paper-based; it should be digital and able to follow us around wherever we interact with the medical profession. That’s now becoming a reality.
What a job
Cathy Smith knew things wouldn’t be easy when she joined the corruption-linked SAP Africa.
The banking revolution
Cloud offers a host of efficiencies for banks, but don’t expect them to unplug their mainframes anytime soon.
Changing the guard
South Africa’s IT industry is approaching the end of an era as the first generation of non-white pioneers to reach the top begin to step aside. How have things changed?
Moving to chief data officer 2.0
The position is in transition as the role evolves from governance and compliance to enabling insight and innovation.
South Africa’s energy future
There’s a seismic shift underway in how we generate power, which will be helped by the wheeling of clean energy to customers across the grid. But, for one reason or another, plans have now stalled.
Betting on tech
In recent years, technology businesses have been a source of growth in both revenue and profitability terms. But who are the private equity firms with the most skin in the game?
Big Blue's big plan
IBM, the grandfather of the IT industry, undoubtedly has the history, but has struggled in recent years. Will its new strategy turn its fortunes around?
Making mobile networks private
As the market for IoT technologies grows in South Africa, mobile private networks present incredible opportunities to leverage these connected things on an industrial scale.
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