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Gartner: Spending On Comms Services in South Africa To Grow 0.7 % in 2017

Gartner has predicted that end-user spending on communications services in South Africa will total R122 billion in 2017, this is a 0.7 percent increase from 2016. "The forecast growth rate is slight, mainly due to shifts to less expensive legacy...

AI To Be In All Software By 2020- Gartner

Market analyst firm, Gartner, predicts that Artificial Intelligence will be a constant in every software by 2020. In January 2016 the firm stated that the term "artificial intelligence" was not in the top 100 search terms on gartner.com indicating that it was...

Gartner- SA IT Spend To Increase by R226 billion in 2017

According to Gartner, the South African IT market is likely to see an increase in total spend in 2017. This increase is expected to be at around R226 billion($17 billion), which is a 2.4 per cent increase from 2016,...

26% of media consumption will be mobile in 2019

According to Zenith’s Media Consumption Forecasts, Mobile internet use will account for 26% of global media consumption by 2019. This prediction will see a significant rise from the 19% in 2016 as people are increasingly using their mobile phones...

Three predictions for the future of the internet

It has been 25 years since Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. Over the last two and a half decades, we have experienced tremendous changes in how we share, access and consume information across the world’s most powerful...

Top 5 IT predictions for 2013

Technology is always developing. As many trends in 2012 became mainstream, a number of new factors will come into play in 2013 and impact the industry as a whole. 1.       Virtualisation Extends to the Edge Virtualisation of data centres has caused a ripple effect and...
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Youth Month Centre Tour 2024: Harambee

In honor of Youth Month, Harambee hosts a media tour at their center in Johannesburg, South Africa. A tour...
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