Since the term “AI” was first coined by cognitive scientist Richard McCarthy and his team in preparation for the 1956 Dartmouth AI Conference, machines that can demonstrate human-like intelligence have been the holy grail of the artificial...
July 5, 2018 •
Comments Off on Twice as much: The shift towards an active-active architecture
Being proactive in business has always yielded much more generous results than being passive. The same can be said for an organisation’s network. So, you can just imaging the immense benefits of being doubly active. Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal...
May 22, 2018 •
West Africa •
Comments Off on SatADSL and Camtel team up to connect Cameroon
SatADSL, a provider of professional VSAT services via satellite, and Camtel – Cameroon’s national telecommunications provider – today announced a new partnership to provide satellite connectivity across Cameroon. The formal agreement follows a pilot...
October 13, 2011 •
Comments Off on The future business is ‘Everything as a Service
It’s no secret that any successful company has the ability to respond quickly to changes in the business environment. While a significant portion of this agility comes down to effective management structures, an equally large segment can be attributed to...
The BlackBerry Innovation Forum, themed “Enterprising Minds” was held today, 6 October 2011 in Bryanston, South Africa, in order to highlight key trends in enterprise mobility and consumerisation. The BlackBerry Innovation Forum is a series of...
July 13, 2011 •
Enterprise IT •
Comments Off on VMware software integrated with HP Infrastructure
HP announced enhanced integration of new VMware software within HP’s Converged Infrastructure, delivering industry-first capabilities that will accelerate the path to an open, hybrid cloud environment for customers. “Enterprises don’t want cloud...