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Smarter Cities for Better Life

World Cities Day, October 31

by KEVIN CHEN THE 31st of October is celebrated as World Cities Day. It is an opportunity to raise awareness on the trends and consequences of increasing urbanisation and the challenges and opportunities this brings for sustainable development. It is also a chance to promote best practices, new ideas and partnerships between cities and different […]

Cybercrime a major challenge for Kenya businesses

Riaan Badenhorst, the General Manager at Kaspersky Lab Africa

  CYBER-SECURITY is still a major issue for business in East Africa’s biggest economy. In fact, according to Africa’s Cybersecurity report, the cost of cyber-attacks in Kenya is approximately US$210 million with the most vulnerable being SMEs and particularly those in the financial services sector. In addition, there is a huge talent gap that exists with the […]

Academic Freedom Drives Progress in Tech

Eric Xu, Huawei Rotating Chairman

By Eric Xu, Huawei Rotating Chairman During a recent interview discussing Huawei’s views on academic freedom and cooperation with universities, I made a comment about a US congressman and a senator. My intention was not to attack them, and I’m concerned that the public may have been misled by the current news headlines. I’m a […]

Why Are Chipmakers Making Smaller and Smaller Processors?

Richard Yu, the CEO of Huawei CBG

by Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG)   IF you’re a hardware enthusiast who’s been keeping a finger on the pulse of the industry, you’ve probably already read the news: Intel has delayed its 10nm chipsets again, and this time to the second half of 2019. When the world’s largest integrated device manufacturer (IDM) announced its product […]

A customer-centric approach to hyper-availability

KATE Mollet -Regional Manager for South Africa at Veeam Software IMAGE PROVIDED

By Kate Mollett South African businesses are increasingly leveraging data to deliver a better customer experience and differentiate their offerings from competitors. For example, one local bank lets a person open an account simply by taking a selfie. The mining sector is another where the push towards connected devices is improving productivity and safety through […]

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