New legislation seeks to bring the country’s cybersecurity laws in line with the rest of the world.
Can renewables solve the Eskom problem?
With the power utility failing to keep the lights on as its traditional power plants show more frequent signs of ageing and disrepair, focus has now shifted to the power of renewable energy.
Livestock Wealth founder crowned IT Personality of the Year
Ntuthuko Shezi, founder of Livestock Wealth, has been named as the IT Personality of the Year.
The art of the digital deal
Digital communication is often viewed as a temporary solution or inferior to face-to-face, so how do you make the most of it in the art of negotiation?
Your boss is a robot
There is a trend towards management by machine, or the algorithmic boss, where employees are hired, managed and fired by algorithms.
SA's set-top box fiasco
Did government hand out a poisoned chalice when it encouraged local black-owned businesses to manufacture set-top boxes for SA’s digital TV migration?
Automating the IT helpdesk
A lot has been said about automation replacing jobs in the near future. Around 5.7 million jobs in South Africa will be at risk over the next six years, according to Accenture, but are members of the tech team also at risk?
Sita's cloudy aspirations to remedy IT 'mess'
Sita is about to light up the government cloud. What changes will it bring?
Absa's Jacques Barkhuizen wins Visionary CIO 2018 award
Absa CIO wins IITPSA Visionary award for 2018.
Tech disruption hits the CFO role
The finance function is embracing technological innovation to improve effectiveness, increase efficiency and enhance insight.
Malicious miners turn a coin
Illegal cryptocurrency miners pocket $100m to date
Copyright in the digital age
Copyright laws have been challenged worldwide by the emergence of the digital era.
Impersonation attacks loom after SA's biggest data leak
Personal records have been stolen from an estiamted 30 million South Africans. What now?