Anton Jacobsz

Assisting South Africa’s tech start-ups: Exclusive Networks Africa offers financial support and mentorship

The company has an established Supplier Development Programme in place, to offer mentoring and financial support to chosen entrepreneurs and small business suppliers.

‘Total trust’ versus Zero Trust: Exclusive Networks Africa proposes a different digital future

As part of the global parent company, Exclusive Networks Africa has aligned with the organisation’s unique ‘local sale, global scale’ model.

Exclusive Networks Africa and Literacy for Life uplift vulnerable children through Early Childhood Development assistance

Exclusive Networks Africa supports Literacy for Life, a non-profit organisation involved in early childhood development (ECD) education since 2015.

Exclusive Networks Africa continues its expansion plans throughout the continent

Company has built up presence within the Sub-Saharan region in recent months, including the opening of a formal office in Lagos, Nigeria.

Exclusive Networks Africa empowers women across communities and within business

The company recently supported women and children in the Thembisa area in Midrand, Gauteng, in partnership with The Love Trust and Literacy for Life.

Newly unveiled Exclusive Networks Africa ready to roll

Exclusive Networks’ acquisition of Networks Africa officially establishes Exclusive Networks Africa.

EXCLUSIVE: Africa’s growth potential excites cybersecurity partners

Leadership of Networks Unlimited and Exclusive Networks discuss strategy to capitalise on aggressive growth globally and especially in Africa.

Exclusive Networks acquires Networks Unlimited to bolster Sub-Saharan African presence

Acquisition of South Africa-based cybersecurity specialist distributors expected to drive value for local and global partners.

Distributor Networks Unlimited closes in on Exclusive Networks

Companies take a step closer to deal after signing exclusivity agreement.
Nov 28, 2018

The rise of multi-cloud

Cloud buyers have access to more offerings than ever before, and certainly this can bring greater complexity says Anton Jacobsz, managing director at Networks Unlimited Africa.

SA has to position ICT as a viable career path for learners

Low interest in acquiring ICT skills (not the cost of training) is leading cause of skills shortage in the country, claims JCSE survey.

Advanced application security: at the centre of the digital economy

New digital business ecosystems require new ways of building and securing our applications