Ambitiously aiming to be one of the top vendors globally, Huawei Cloud has offered some insight into its plans for SA and abroad.
Unpacking its strategy this week following a rebranding, Liquid Intelligent Technologies plans to rapidly expand its African data centres.
The accounting software company is the first organisation to do so with SARS, adding eFiling to its suite of cloud services.
The service provider will operate as a two-tier distributor supporting G Suite and Google Cloud Platform resellers across Africa.
Focusing on cost and time savings, as well as machine learning, AWS announces a swathe of new services for re:Invent 2018.
Following their announcement of the Cape to Cairo network at ITU 2018 earlier in the month, we catch up with CEO Reshaad Sha to discuss the company’s plan for the continent.
Analysts at Gartner Inc. project that the public cloud services market will grow 18 percent in 2017, representing a market value of some $246.8 billion. This growth is largely being driven by the use of artificial intelligence and the internet of things within large enterprises and startups. In addition to that, there is a large […]
The top trends predicted for the year are not massive developments, but more a refinement of existing innovations. Here are fifteen of the biggest.
Microsoft’s decision to invest in local hyperscale datacentres could lower the entry barrier so more companies can migrate to the cloud.
The cloud has a lot to offer. Here are some cloud starter packs available to South Africans that’ll help get small business signed up and benefiting.
The new data centre will help Vodacom cope with the demand for cloud-based services