Tech trends that you can’t ignore

The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated reduced physical human interaction with more people engaging online now than ever before. This is unlikely to fade anytime soon and will see the increased datafication of our lives. By Emanuel Osanga, head: Africa regions data...

6G is a trillion-dollar opportunity

Phone systems change every 10 years so, with 5G communications now rolling out worldwide, it is time to plan 6G communications for 2030. In fact, work began in earnest on 6G communications in 2020 with over $1-billion committed and a Chinese satellite sent up to...

Tech plays its part in elephant conservation

Dell Technologies is collaborating with South African non-profit organistion Elephants Alive to deploy Dell Latitude Rugged and Dell Precision mobile workstations which will facilitate field research in the conservation of the African elephant, which has seen a...

Top risks facing SMMEs in 2021

The world certainly looks very different a year later, and nowhere is it more apparent than in the small, medium and micro enterprise (SMME) space. The sector has faced more than its fair share of obstacles during the COVID-19 pandemic amidst a contracting economy and...

Trends and Analysis

A more flexible and fairer future of work beckons

Ways of working that go back decades were dismantled overnight in 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic took hold of the world. South Africa was no exception, with companies forced to rapidly enable people to work from home where possible and embrace digital channels during the hard lockdown.

Product Showcase

New large-format MFPs from Epson

For businesses that need a multi-function large-format printer but have restricted workspaces, Epson announces the launch of the SureColor SC-T3100M and SC-T5100M 3-in-1 printers.

Thought Leadership

How can African organisations differentiate themselves?

Africa is currently the world’s second-fastest growing region in terms of economic development and gross domestic product (GDP), according to the World Bank, meaning that there is endless potential and opportunity for organisations to grow and transform on the continent.


Responsible practices key to AI success

Kathy Gibson reports – Artificial intelligence (AI) cannot function effectively without the trust of all an organisation’s stakeholders – customers, vendors, employees and staff.

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