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Cloud Computing South Africa

Pick n Pay Joins Forces with AWS Cloud

Pick n Pay Group, one of the largest retailers in South Africa has migrated its entire on-premises IT infrastructure to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. This is according to an announcement released today by the Amazon cloud computing company. According...

Why Cloud Marketplaces Are Critical for True Digital Transformation

Integrating cloud marketplaces in your supply chain is no longer optional—it’s essential. Cloud-based marketplaces speed up the whole procurement chain, and they enhance control, risk management, and governance for businesses. According to a new Forrester report, software companies selling in...

SA’s Teraco Has Been Acquired by This US Cloud Computing Firm

South Africa-based colocation data centres and interconnection platforms provider for Africa, Teraco Data Environments announced yesterday that it has been acquired by California cloud computing and data centre firm Digital Realty. Digital Realty is one of the largest providers of...

Netskope Further Expands NewEdge Security Private Cloud in Africa

Netskope, a leading company in Security Service Edge (SSE) and Zero Trust, has announced its continued global expansion of the Netskope NewEdge network with an additional data centre now launched and taking traffic in South Africa. The new Cape Town deployment...

Wits University: How AWS Cloud Training Helped Avoid COVID Disruptions

Johannesburg's University of Witwatersrand says that in 2020 in response to South Africa's strict lockdown measures, it managed to move its entire learning management system (LMS), Sakai, to the cloud in just two months leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS)....

Africa Data Centres Set to Build Second Cape Town Facility

Africa Data Centres, a pan-African technology firm which forms part of the Cassava Technologies Group, has announced the building of a second data centre in Cape Town, South Africa. The new 20MW facility will cover 15,000 square meters in eight...

aYo Looks to the Cloud to Power the Future of Microinsurance

African insurtech aYo Holdings has taken the next step in its ongoing technology transformation by rolling out a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to underpin its ambitious growth plans across the continent. aYo, which is 100% owned by MTN,...

Sophos Acquires SOC.OS to Bolster its Cloud Security Offerings

Sophos, the global cybersecurity firm, today announced that it has acquired SOC.OS, an innovator of a cloud-based security alert investigation and triage automation solution. SOC.OS consolidates and prioritizes high volumes of security alerts from multiple products and platforms across an...

The Cloud Computing Skills Landscape in SA According to Standard Bank’s Yasirah Sakadavan

The Cloud has achieved a sort of quasi-mythical status when it comes to the digital transformation of enterprises and businesses. Some voices in the space see it as the be-all, end-all game changer and, especially in the last two...

3 Reasons Why SMBs Should Build Their Own File Servers, Now More Than Ever

The pandemic has forced organizations of all sizes to adopt hybrid or fully remote work arrangements. With these in place, storing, protecting, and sharing data can become a challenge, especially for SMBs that often have to deal with insufficient...
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