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Six main African e-learning providers

African e-learning

What you need to know. AS e-learning becomes more widely adopted in Africa through the increasing availability of MOOC (massive open online course education technology) and the latest educational apps, self-improvement and distance education courses which once seemed infeasible are now becoming increasingly available. A number of regional e-learning providers use education technology to deliver […]

The Thing about Millennials and Technology

Steve Tzikakis
SAP President EMEA South

by Steve Tzikakis  SAP President EMEA South 25 years ago, I went to work for the  first time with a hand-held device in  my hand: a Casio calculator. I thought I was the man. Today, the new  generation of workers turning up for  their first day often have a better  grasp of technology than senior […]

Driving customer choice with open access networks

Abraham Van Der Merwe Frogfoot Founder and MD

Driving customer choice with open access networkCREATING competition in the buoyant Internet service provider (ISP) space plays a crucial role in driving customer choice. Consumers can go anywhere to get their home or business connected, but the costs are still very much dependent on whether their service provider uses an open or closed access business […]

The future of business: technology-led or soon-to-be-dead

Cameron Beveridge is the Director: Cloud, SAP Africa, the software market leader IMAGE SUPPLIED

By Cameron Beveridge THE future of business is in the cloud That is the message from global analysts as the latest IT sales figures show a marked shift away from hardware. The shift to cloud services and other Digital Business solutions has slashed Gartner’s global IT spending growth forecasts by half: a cut of $67 […]

What’s making the enterprise Wi-Fi market tick?

Riaan Graham Sales Director for Ruckus Wireless sub-Saharan Africa

By Riaan Graham LIKE the businesses it supports, the enterprise wireless market is seeing a huge amount of transformation. Many factors and increasing demands are shaping the market, as new generations and new technologies enter our workplaces, retail spaces and education systems. At the centre of this is our demand for constant connectivity wherever we […]

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