Announced at Microsoft Ignite, Windows 365 is a new service that places the operating system in the cloud to businesses have access anywhere.
Hamilton Ratshefola, country GM for IBM Southern Africa, unpacks how government organisations are embracing the cloud to meet their digital transformation goals.
Announced at AWS re:Invent last year, now SaaS Boost will allow developers to move company on-prem software to an as-a-Service model.
The GirlCode Software Development Learnership has assisted 30 unemployed women gain could-related skills with help from AWS.
Making several announcements at its annual Atmosphere conference this week, Aruba has detailed its new security-focused tools for the edge.
Microsoft will be providing VW with the necessary cloud computing technology to help make its connected self-driving cars a reality.
Dell Technologies South Africa’s Greg McDonald says remote working is putting more pressure on SMEs to have a clear multi-cloud strategy.
In this week’s africast, we discuss the massive Experian data breach, along with heading to cloud securely and running your DevOps therein with F5 and Westcon-Comstor.
At this week’s Dell Technologies Forum, Microsoft and VMWare confirm partnership to accelerate SA’s hyperscale landscape.
We speak to Citrix regional director for Sub-Saharan Africa, Brendan McAravey, about the local cloud landscape, Azure data centres and the promise of SD-WAN.
In the lead up to this year’s Dell Technologies Forum, GM for SA, Doug Woolley highlights the growing problem of complexity in the cloud.
Focusing on cost and time savings, as well as machine learning, AWS announces a swathe of new services for re:Invent 2018.
Talking at the Red Hat Forum South Africa 2018 in Johannesburg, Werner Knoblich SVP & GM for EMEA, stresses that digital transformation is not something that can be purchased.
If your business infrastructure is causing headaches perhaps it’s time to consider infrastructure as a service.
Switching your IT spend from CAPEX to OPEX sounds tempting but there are a few things you should know before you embark on a cloud journey.
The short answer is, the cloud.
Julia White, Corporate Vice President for Cloud Platforms at Microsoft South Africa, made the official announcement today.