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African Cloud Computing

The Most Striking Findings Coming Out of COVID-Driven Cloud Adoption

“If COVID has taught us anything, it is that we are not using cloud enough,” says Synthesis Head of Cloud Computing Darryl Govender. Previously, everyone walked into a bank or shop with ease. Suddenly banks, retailers and industries across the...

3 Cybersecurity Resolutions for Businesses in 2021

Between more sophisticated cybercriminals and immense pressure to ensure governance on compliance, 2021 is already shaping up to be a minefield. And as such, cybersecurity has risen to the top of most organisations’ agendas. With this in mind, here are...

5 Things Organisations should Consider before Migrating to the Cloud

Cloud computing has been adopted by 77% of South African businesses, with the most popular application being the backing up of data. The benefits for those that do embrace cloud include reduced IT costs, faster speed-to-market, better service levels, and...

Why Africa Needs to Take Advantage of the Cloud

As a unified online platform for communication and collaboration, the cloud is now widely considered to be one of the most valuable resources we have at our disposal. It’s reported that by the end of 2020, 82% of workloads...

What does a Cloud-Connected Africa look like?

With a region as large and as vast as Africa, it is difficult to imagine a fully connected continent where every individual across all demographics and every business across all sectors can harness the power of cloud computing. Yet...
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What measures can you take to strengthen your data security and defend against cyberthreats?

As cyberthreats surge and data gains greater value, South Africa’s regulatory landscape is evolving, compelling businesses to prioritize data...
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