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Huawei unveils momentous Cloud service in South Africa

November 14, 2018 • Breaking, Broadband, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Events, Exclusive, Featured, Mobile, News, Technology, TelecomsComments (0)

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Johannesburg, South Africa CAPE TOWN – GLOBAL information and communications technology infrastructure, Huawei, has launched its first public Cloud service in South Africa, set to provide organisations in the continent with lower-latency, reliable and secure services once available early next year. The public Cloud data centre

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Industry 4.0 not all about job losses

October 16, 2018 • Breaking, Broadband, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Events, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, Mobile, News, Software, Technology, Telecoms, Virtual RealityComments (0)

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Sun City, South Africa SUN CITY – A TECHNOLOGY expert has allayed fears of job losses in the continent with the advent of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). Carel Coetzee, the Chief Executive Officer at NEC XON,

MTN’s R33 billion network investment pays off

August 6, 2018 • Breaking, Broadband, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Featured, Finance and Banking, Mobile, Technology, Telecoms, Virtual RealityComments (0)

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – MTN South Africa’s multibillion-rand investment on network infrastructure and information systems over the past three years is paying dividends. The mobile telecommunications company

Tight Zimbabwe election sets social media abuzz

July 30, 2018 • Breaking, Broadband, Cloud Computing, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, Mobile, News, Technology, Telecoms, Virtual RealityComments (0)

by DANAI MWARUMBA HARARE – ZIMBABWE’S historic polls have dominated social media in recent days and the trend is expected to continue this week as the nation keenly awaits the outcome. The polls, the first to be held without the participation of