Christopher Tredger

Expect a rapid rise in mobile money transactions – GSMA

Organisation believes governments in Africa will seek to reduce cash transactions, reduce face-to-face transactions, among other measures taken.
Christopher Tredger

COVID-19 forces Africa into tech introspection

Amid the frenzy of fear and lockdown, Africa’s ICT and telecommunications markets have a chance to leapfrog, one analyst suggests.

AYO won’t be distracted by market talk

Company determined to tell what it believes is a good story as it launches R200-m fund to support African start-ups.

‘AI will destroy jobs’

Artificial Intelligence will replace people and experiences we don’t care about, said analytics strategist Donald Farmer.

Data governance 3.0: Running business according to data

Data governance has evolved and is no longer the sole responsibility of data stewards.

SA’s HOSTAFRICA expands with two more acquisitions

Cloud technology is the future that South African businesses need if they wish to stay relevant and competitive says MD.

Big bang approach to data cloud migration ‘doesn’t work’

Standard Bank’s Deepesh Thomas outlines lessons learnt at 2020 ITWeb Business Intelligence Summit.

Digitalisation alone cannot mitigate risk in business

DuPont Sustainable Solutions reflects on mining sector and the need to focus on the human factor.

Bidvest's ALICE designed to give IT auditors the edge

Company explains the role AI and cognitive systems has played in its digital journey.

Thriving app economy fuelling EMEA digital transformation boom

F5 Networks details the findings of its 2020 State of Application Services report.

Africa still too trusting of email communication

KnowBe4 says most users are not aware of how cyber criminals operate and the tools that they use.

More governments leaning on ICT to sustain strategies

Driven by increasing need for accurate, real-time data analytics and cyber security, say experts.
Feb 13, 2020

2020, the year of intra-African remittances says WorldRemit

Migrant workers within Africa send remittances in excess of US$14-billion dollars each year.