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Microsoft has missed a self-imposed deadline to launch two Azure cloud data centres in South Africa, one in Johannesburg and the other in Cape Town. But the company has promised they’re coming this year.
Growth in South Africa’s IT sector will far outperform the rest of the economy, driven by the shift to cloud computing, according to new research from International Data Corp. In a presentation at Microsoft in
If President Cyril Ramaphosa is serious about preparing South Africa for the so-called “fourth industrial revolution”, he would be well advised to scrap the plan to create a “monopoly” wholesale open-access network
In this episode, Duncan McLeod talks to International Data Corp associate vice president Mark Walker and IDC research manager for IT services Jon Tullett about ICT opportunities in South Africa and the broader
For the second year in a row, the national budget has provided few details on a project to connect municipalities to broadband technology. Finance minister Pravin Gordhan delivered the 2016 national budget speech in parliament
South Africa is falling beyond many other markets in Africa, including Kenya, Rwanda and Nigeria, in information and communications technology, a leading research and consulting firm said on Tuesday. The International Data Corp has warned
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has a great deal riding on Windows 8. Since he took the helm 13 years ago from his friend Bill Gates, the company’s share price has gone nowhere. The software giant is far from sinking, but it’s slowly taking on water. Windows 8 will be a key product in plugging the hole. But
SA’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector will generate nearly 100 000 new jobs in the next four years, according…