In an age of globally accessible digital content, terrestrial radio is under attack. How will it fight back?
Bend me, fold me, any way you want me
Foldable and rollable; there are some new dynamic screen technologies coming to the device market, but will they be a hit?
The digital bond broker
MortgageMe has taken a digital touch to the paper-heavy bond application process.
Transforming legacy into digital
Old Mutual epitomises long-term financial stability, so how is it progressing on its digital and data journey?
Fibre for the future
Throughout the pandemic, the fibre networks that underpin our digital telecoms infrastructure have been a highpoint in an otherwise depressing affair.
Things we learnt from Dell Technologies World
Consolidating its IT as a service offering, talking about plans to attack the 5G opportunity and the potential spin off of VMware.
Microsoft debuts Azure Orbital at Ignite 2020
Satellites-as-a-service was among the offerings Microsoft debuted at its Ignite virtual event, as it outlined plans to take its infrastructure to space.
Tourists in our homes
South Africa relies heavily on tourism for jobs and international income, but the lockdown has put paid to that. How, then, can the industry open itself back up? And what impact can technology have?
On the campaign trail
As IT transitions from being a behind-the-scenes function, there are many reasons why it's time to come out from the shadows through the adoption of marketing, communications and branding techniques.
Restaurant food straight to your sofa
We’ve often lamented that South Africa is somewhat behind when it comes to global trends, but with food delivery platforms, we seem to be on par.