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
5:20

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.
3:30

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.
2:10

‘AI will destroy jobs’

Artificial Intelligence will replace people and experiences we don’t care about, said analytics strategist Donald Farmer.
1:40

Data governance 3.0: Running business according to data

Data governance has evolved and is no longer the sole responsibility of data stewards.
1:30

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.
3:20

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

Standard Bank’s Deepesh Thomas outlines lessons learnt at 2020 ITWeb Business Intelligence Summit.
5:00

Digitalisation alone cannot mitigate risk in business

DuPont Sustainable Solutions reflects on mining sector and the need to focus on the human factor.
2:50

Bidvest's ALICE designed to give IT auditors the edge

Company explains the role AI and cognitive systems has played in its digital journey.
3:50

Thriving app economy fuelling EMEA digital transformation boom

F5 Networks details the findings of its 2020 State of Application Services report.
4:00

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.
4:10

More governments leaning on ICT to sustain strategies

Driven by increasing need for accurate, real-time data analytics and cyber security, say experts.
2:30
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.