Subscription South Africa
Has the time come for the growth of digital subscriptions beyond entertainment?
Security, skills and the public sector
With high-profile data breaches at significant national public sector institutions making recent headlines, there’s never been a more pressing time to talk about the issue of cybersecurity and government departments and services.
You can build it your way
Any workload, any scale, any time: how to get the cloud model that fits your business.
Planning for uncertainty
South African CIOs have risen to the challenge of keeping businesses open over the last few months of Covid-19 restrictions. As lockdown starts to lift, the question is, what next? And the answer is that no one really knows.
Flexibility in finance
How agile banking services are coping with the Covid-19 crisis.
Is your AI accountable?
As it gathers pace and acceptance across multiple facets of our lives, artificial intelligence will only increase its autonomous decision-making abilities. But can you justify why it chose the paths it did?
Mobile app development: Today and the future
The last few months have underlined the need for businesses in South Africa to embrace digital transformation, and the readiness of consumers and partners to interact with companies on new platforms.
Keep the engine turning
The remarkable thing about the last few months has been how quickly companies have been able to adapt to new working patterns. The need to keep working through the coronavirus crisis has resulted in many minor miracles of business continuity.
If only we'd known
Everyone makes mistakes when it comes to cloud procurement. It’s maintaining the flexibility to fix them that’s important.
Can we FTTX it?
Cheap, plentiful access to fibre broadband has transformed how some live and work in South Africa. It's time to take stock and ask, what's next?
Becoming a post-software business
How to move beyond the old adages and truly transform your business.
Is social media ruining criminal justice?
In the Twitter age, it’s easier than ever to stoke public outcry. Is this prejudicing the outcomes of our courts?