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Apr 18, 2016
As development of the Bridge City mixed use precinct north of Durban gathers pace, essential services are being rolled out in tandem with the laying down of physical infrastructure. A key component to realising the vision of a viable and vibrant retail, business,...
Mar 16, 2016
Without question, IT virtualisation – the abstraction of physical network, server, and storage resources – has greatly increased the ability to utilise and scale compute power. Indeed, virtualisation has become the very technology engine behind cloud computing...
Feb 26, 2016
This year offers few silver linings for the local automotive industry. Faced with a faltering rand, a jittery global and domestic economy, as well as the trepidation local elections and triennial wage negotiations bring, it seems local vehicle importers and...
Feb 26, 2016
This year offers few silver linings for the local automotive industry. Faced with a faltering rand, a jittery global and domestic economy, as well as the trepidation local elections and triennial wage negotiations bring, it seems local vehicle importers and...
Jan 29, 2016
Despite the rate of growth of the South African materials handling and logistics industry advancing slower than comparable sectors in its Brics trade bloc partner countries Brazil, Russia, India and China, for the past two years, audit, tax and advisory services firm...
Aug 31, 2015
Data centres are strategic business assets and they facilitate a company’s performance and the services they are able to provide their customers. The criticality of data centres continues to rise, leading more industry-wide discussions regarding what ‘mission...
Jun 26, 2015
Infrastructure plays a key role in economic growth while the lack of infrastructure reduces productivity and hinders business competitiveness. According to PWC, physical infrastructure is one of the most frequently cited barriers to entry and economic growth in...
Jun 05, 2015
The City of Johannesburg recently called on entrepreneurs to take advantage of the economic public space it has created through its inaugural Hack.Jozi Challenge to boost the productivity of the city’s economy through information and communication technology (ICT)...
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Jan 05, 2015
The satellite industry is destined to become an essential element in bolstering Africa’s future economic growth and the social wellbeing of its inhabitants in areas such as education, improved living standards, food security, and health. New technologies and...
Dec 05, 2014
Business Partners Limited has launch a R150-million Education Fund to provide existing and aspiring entrepreneurs in the educational sector with the risk capital and mentorship required to pursue projects. “Education remains a major challenge in South Africa and has...
Jul 25, 2014
Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, has announced at HP Discover that the integration of its Data Center Infrastructure Management solution, StruxureWare for Data Centers, with HP's Universal Configuration Management Database, is complete....
Apr 18, 2014
It was well known that Nigeria could surpass South Africa as Africa’s largest economy once its gross domestic product rebasing exercise was completed. As it happened, the populous West African country turned out to be considerably larger than its Southern African...
Nov 18, 2013
The recently announced Tribe One: Dinokeng festival, a public–private partnership, is set to create substantial economic-, social- and cultural-development opportunities in the historic mining town of Cullinan, in the Dinokeng region of northern Gauteng. Tshwane...
Apr 05, 2013
Sending data from equipment, instruments and sensors in a building to cloud servers is an effective way of collecting the data and then performing analytics to monitor and manage the devices and systems to improve effective use, says IBM Smarter Planet Industry...
Nov 30, 2012
The large scope and scale of data movements in the near future will radically change the way data centres, data transmission and networks operate, says global networking giant Cisco Consulting Systems Security Solutions engineer Greg Griessel. A key issue to...
 
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