Promoted | In the final episode in this week’s series of podcasts with iOCO executives, we speak to Brian Harding and Richard Vester about the company’s expertise in software development and cloud computing.
Promoted | In the fourth episode in TechCentral’s podcast series with iOCO, TechCentral speaks to Colin Millar about the rapidly growing importance to business of application programming interfaces.
Podcast | Egypt is on an upward march. The country is becoming an important centre for technology innovation and offers important lessons for the rest of Africa, says iOCO’s Essam Elbadri in this promoted podcast.
South Africa’s nuvoteQ, which is part of the iOCO stable, is making waves in the global medical technology space with a focus on delivering software-as-a-service solutions to the clinical research industry.
Promoted | Africa is ripe with opportunities for technology-led distruption, says EOH Holdings CEO Stephen van Coller in this first in a series of podcasts with executives from iOCO, the systems integrator in the EOH group.
Promoted | The future happens all the time. Technology is fuelling a fourth Industrial Revolution that is exponentially increasing the rate of change and threatening the relevance of all businesses, regardless of size and complexity.
Promoted | In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral speaks to Dom Oettl, MD of The Training Room Online, on how the company has used cloud computing to underpin its business success.
Promoted | TechCentral is joined on the podcast by iOCO managing executive for data and analytics Varsha Ramesar and iOCO executive head of cloud Richard Vester for a further discussion on hyperscale computing.
Promoted | Continuing the recent discussion with iOCO executive head of cloud Richard Vester, TechCentral is joined by Amazon Web Services principal developer advocate Sébastien Stormacq to explore the brave new world of hyperscale computing.
Promoted | In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral is joined by Richard Vester, executive director and head of cloud at iOCO, for a discussion on the “brave new world of hyperscale computing”.