Dell Unified Workspace

Don’t let device deployment hamper your business transformation

By Jonathan Ryall Finally, that open vacancy has been filled. After a process of attracting interest, vetting candidates and picking...
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Galaxy Fold coming to South Africa in September, Samsung honcho confirms

AFTER postponing the rollout of its Galaxy Fold phone-tablet hybrid following a string of high-profile failures among review models, Samsung has made improvements that...
Valter Adão, Chief Digital and Innovation Officer for Deloitte Africa

Taking companies on a digital adventure

Deloitte recently concluded a week-long series of digital immersion sessions in KwaZulu-Natal, aimed at introducing leading companies operating in the region to the many...
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Clean slate: EC rugby hero helps bring iPads to his old school

Eastern Cape-born rugby star Siya Kolisi isn’t just a winner on the field. In a partnership announced today, 7 August 2019, with iSchoolAfrica and...
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FaceApp trumps Mandela Day on Google Search this week

Face aging fad rules the web South Africans generated more than 100 000 search queries for “Face App”...
Women in business

And the best African city for women entrepreneurs is…

Johannesburg has once again ranked among the top 50 cities in the world that supports Women Entrepreneurs. Dell Technologies has...
Samsung Galaxy A70

Revealed: Africa’s top tech brand

Samsung has been recognised as the most admired technology brand in the just released 7th annual Brand Africa 100: Africa’s Best Brands survey and...
connected cars

Connected cars and the revolutionary road of the future

Image credit: mikemacmarketing / CC BY 2.0 By Christophe Lepoivre CONNECTED and autonomous cars have been in the works for...
Raspberry Pi 4 micro computer

Got a hankering for Pi?

Micro-PC marvel headed for Mzansi The Raspberry Pi 4 has been launched globally, but local fans of these revolutionary...
IoT

Why corporate SA isn’t in love with 4IR

The technologies that make up the so-called fourth industrial revolution (4IR) have yet to be adopted with any enthusiasm by South African enterprises.