AWS partners BlackBerry on connected vehicle technology
The firms join forces to develop BlackBerry IVY, an intelligent vehicle data platform to help vehicle manufacturers create personalised driver experiences.Sibahle Malinga
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Why we don’t need to be depressed about the future of work
Alleviating fears that “robots and machines will take our jobs” needs to become a priority if we plan to build a resilient, responsive skills base says Byron Clatterbuck, CEO, SEACOM.
IITPSA president elected chairman of Africa ICT Alliance
Thabo Mashegoane, president of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa, takes the helm at the Africa ICT Alliance.
5G will reach 15% of world’s population by year-end says Ericsson
Discernible volumes of 5G subscriptions are expected from 2022 in Sub-Saharan Africa, finds latest Ericsson Mobility Report.
Keeping the lights off: Why the Cloud demands a new operational mindset
IT teams and leaders could be squandering financial resources by failing to adjust entrenched attitudes says James Hickman, Head of Sales at Altron Karabina.
AfCFTA Vision Challenge opens up opportunity for tech start-ups
Opportunity to secure investment from a major pan-African development finance institution.
Pan-African Fintech accelerator opens to growth-stage tech start-ups
MEST and SANAD Fund launch six-month virtual programme, open to Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Senegal and Côte d'Ivoire.
African tech start-ups advance in global Seedstars competition
25 start-ups have advanced to regional phase of the World Competition 2020.
KYC deficiency weakens Africa’s resolve against crypto-based money laundering
Africa-based Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs) are vulnerable a according to a new study by CipherTrace.
Africa must focus on datacentres to reach its digital potential
We must start with putting money into building datacentres across the continent says Jonathan Duncan, Vice President - IT Division – Anglophone Africa at Schneider Electric.