Sponsored: Making gender diversity in tech
A realisable goal. Achieving true gender diversity might seem like constantly aiming at a moving target, but some businesses are getting it right.
What if you wore a hacker’s shoes?
Security teams have their work cut out for them. They have sprawling IT estates to patrol, some of which will be composed of legacy systems. Where should they begin, and what should receive priority? As this roundtable of security professionals heard, a risk assessment is probably the best place to start.
Lost in translation
Then only thing business and IT have to fear is each other.
SMEs grapple with digital transformation
Digital transformation in SMEs must manage costs and bring new efficiencies.
Transforming the enterprise
The term digital transformation is a well-worn one, but it’s never been more relevant.
Holding the public sector to account
How best can the public sector deploy digital transformation?
What does the future of digital higher education hold? What defines digital transformation in higher education?
Who protects the protector?
The legal sector plays an important role in defining and refining the laws and regulations that relate to online behaviour, data privacy and cybercrime and so has become a target itself. This begs the question: who protects the protector?
It’s hard enough running a retail operation without having to keep the lights on.
What’s needed to close the gender divide?
Women have made great strides in the technology sector, overcoming numerous obstacles within their environments. Today, it’s time to work together to smooth the path and create a more inclusive technology industry.
Refining your ITSM strategy
IT Service Management has long been considered a pillar of best practices in the IT industry. As a result, it has shaped the way service desks function and continue to develop.
The great healthcare divide
Can technology change South Africa’s healthcare delivery, and, more importantly, are we ready for it?