Promoted | With ever-escalating electricity prices and an unstable supply of power from the national energy utility, more and more South African consumers and businesses are looking to invest in solar. But what’s involved?
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Promoted | Dark Fibre Africa was recently awarded Top Employer status in South Africa for 2021 by the Top Employers Institute. Company executives Portia Thokoane and Vino Govender explain how they did it in this podcast.
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 | In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral speaks to executives from Dimension Data and Cisco about the exciting new area of information security called SASE, or Secure Access Service Edge.
In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral’s Duncan McLeod interviews Clayton Hayward, CEO of fintech platform provider Ukheshe, about its acquisition from Mastercard of Oltio.
Promoted | As companies move their IT from on-premises environments into the cloud, many assume it is sufficient to allow their cloud vendor to manage their backups for them. No so, says Keepit CEO Frederik Schouboe in this podcast.