Cybersecurity needs more women
Encouraging more women to pursue careers in cybersecurity is key to helping address the global skills shortage and fill the millions of unfilled positions.
The rules of acquisition
Anton Herbst, Tarsus’ CEO, on why the distribution business is not going to go away anytime soon.
It’s all about the space
Enterprise storage isn’t boring; it’s an interesting area that’s in constant flux to keep up with digital and data demand.
Tired of fruitless turnaround strategies at the State IT Agency, interim CEO, Luvuyo Keyise, is working to address the agency’s challenges from the ground up.
Reimagining skills for 4IR
As we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution, there’s a drastic need to rethink our approach to the skills and talent needed.
The tech behind the TV screen
Powered by cloud, AI and machine learning, digital transformation at Africa’s largest broadcaster, MultiChoice, is embedded in everything it does.
Communication is key
Cybersecurity is not just about ensuring firewall patches are up to date, it’s about employing good communication strategies, and preparing for the worst.
Building Stefanutti’s stack
Sure, you can shrink the datacentre, but what about the software stack?
Keys to the kingdom
Identity and access management is a core principle of ensuring a robust cybersecurity framework.
HCI: Your cloud journey starts here
If everything the business needs is inside one preconfigured box, will this guarantee easy deployment and scalable capability, or is it just another box of tech?
The power and promise of immersive learning
Through virtual simulations of real-world scenarios, immersive learning makes it possible to teach someone in a safe and engaging environment.
Say hello to Equiano
Set to arrive in Cape Town in July, Google’s Equiano sub-sea cable will establish a new high-capacity connection between Europe and Africa.
Security must be inherent to innovation
It’s an old problem – security slows down the business, and innovation moves at pace. Getting the balance right is key.