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Lenovo Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Yuanqing Yang

Lenovo in record quarterly profit, revenue growth

August 11, 2021 • Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Featured, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, TechnologyComments (0)

by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG – LENOVO has attained record fiscal first quarter profit and revenue as it makes the most of opportunities created by accelerated digitalisation, intelligent transformation and information technology upgrades in devices, infrastructure and applications. The Chinese firm saw significant Q1 revenue growth (38

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CBZ Bank

Time for African banks to affirm technology freedom

August 2, 2021 • Business Intelligence, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Featured, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, Innovation, Mobile Banking, Software, Sponsored News, TechnologyComments (0)

by MTHULISI SIBANDAAfrica EditorJOHANNESBURG – AFRICAN banks must develop new and appropriate data management with analytics strategies aimed at asserting their technological independence, an industry executive has said. Bernard van Niekerk, Managing

cyber criminals

Angola a top target for global cyber crooks

July 26, 2021 • Breaking, Companies, Editors Note, Featured, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, Mobile, Mobile Banking, Security, Software, Technology, TelecomsComments (0)

from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, AngolaLUANDA – ANGOLA has emerged the most vulnerable country as professional cyber criminals from around the world target Africa’s burgeoning population of mobile phone users. This is according to

South African Minister of Public Service and Administration, Senzo Mchunu

Africa needs cooperation to curb illicit finance outflows

June 25, 2021 • Business Intelligence, Editors Note, Events, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, News, Security, TechnologyComments (0)

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS – AFRICAN countries must synergise policies and make the most of information and communication technologies (ICT) to curb illicit financial flows from the continent, estimated to deny the continent over