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How Co-Creation Will Address the Urgent Need for Digital Transformation in SA

While organisations in South Africa cannot be entirely ready for the next crisis - to better prepare for future threats requires new way of driving flexibility and delivering innovation. With the rapid changes we’ve witnessed over the past two years,...

IBM Launches New Pro Bono Sustainability Accelerator in Africa

IBM today announced the launch of the IBM Sustainability Accelerator, a global pro bono social impact program that applies IBM technologies, such as hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence, and an ecosystem of experts to enhance and scale non-profit and...

Top 4 Most Trending Stories – Week in Review

As this week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers. Internet to all SA homes by 2024, two massive digital skills drives, and a Kenyan startup that hopes to add...

IBM to Launch Massive Digital Upskilling Drive in SA

IBM has announced a new massive commitment and global plan to provide 30 million people of all ages with new skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow by 2030. To achieve this goal, IBM has detailed a clear roadmap with...

6 Major African Banks Turn to IBM for Hybrid Cloud & AI

IBM today announced that 6 major financial institutions across Africa have selected the technology corporation for hybrid cloud and AI capabilities to promote digital innovation and continue developing digital-first solutions. COVID-19 continues to accelerate the already rapid changes that were...

IBM’s Siyasanga Sihawu on Cloud Adoption Strategies and Women in Tech

August is Women’s Month in South Africa – and this month IT News Africa has been connecting with women in technology to provide needed signal-boosting for individuals in an industry that, especially in Africa, is male-dominated. ITNA’s Luis Monzon had the...

SA Data Breach Costs Reached Record Highs During Pandemic – IBM

IBM Security announced the results of a recent study that found that data breaches now cost South African companies $3-million (R46-million) on average – the highest cost in the 6-year history of the report. Worldwide, the average financial damages...

The Average Data Breach Costs Over $4-Million in 2021

According to data presented by Atlas VPN, the average financial damages caused by a data breach increased by nearly 10% year over year to $4.24 million in 2021. This is the highest spike since 2015. A data breach can have...

IBM Announces New General Manager for Africa and Middle-East

IBM announced today that Saad Toma has been named General Manager of IBM Middle East and Africa (MEA). Toma succeeds Takreem El-Tohamy, who has been appointed General Manager, Global Strategic Sales at IBM. "Mr. Toma brings deep industry, services and technology...

Confidential Computing – Why Privacy Should be the Heart of Digital Experiences

In this past year, the consumer experience came to the forefront. As we faced various stages of lockdowns, we turned to online banking, seeing our doctors remotely, running our businesses using technology and socialising through a screen. Digital interactions...
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Plan Ahead with Bolt: Book Your Ride In Advance

Bolt has launched its 'Scheduled Rides' feature allowing users to book rides up to 72 hours in advance. This feature...
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