EOH resets rules of engagement over legacy govt contracts
Is outsourcing just a sophisticated Ponzi scheme?
Without an evolution in thinking and contract negotiations, outsourcing runs the risk of resembling a sophisticated Ponzi scheme.
Dimension Data acquires Acacia Cloud Solutions
The acquisition leverages ongoing investment into relevant cloud managed services for the Middle East and African organisations.
E-commerce Web site options in SA
If you choose a Web site builder like Shopify, that platform will host your Web site for you. If you opt for a self-hosted platform, you must choose a reliable hosting provider.
Building on international knowledge critical for data centre growth in Africa
The requirements of data centre customers in Africa are driving the need for a combination of local insights and skills combined with international experience, says Africa Data Centres CEO Stephane Duproz.
ZTE teams up with Beeline to deploy virtualised SDM platform in Uzbekistan
By virtue of the virtualised SDM platform, ZTE has helped Beeline improve the network performance, while reducing the overall opex costs by 60%.
EOH reduces headcount by 1 500
The JSE-listed technology services company attributes the jobs bloodbath in the last six months to asset disposals and contracts not being renewed.
Huge spike in ransomware attacks calls for adoption of BaaS solutions
Backup as a service lets enterprises buy backup and recovery services from cloud-based providers, instead of building and maintaining in-house data backup solutions, says Kate Mollett, regional director at Commvault SA.
BPO sector cements its status in SA economic recovery
President Cyril Ramaphosa praises the growth of the business process outsourcing sector, saying it will boost SA’s economic reconstruction and recovery.
Avaya expands availability of OneCloud CCaaS into SA
With this expanded availability, the company is providing local organisations with digital capabilities that better connect customers and employees across any touchpoint, modality, device and channel.
Oracle insists Eskom must cough up in contract tiff
The power utility puts contingency measures in place to ensure minimal power disruptions amid a nasty contractual dispute with the enterprise software giant.