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Kenya’s Afya Rekod, a well-known health-tech startup, said this week that it was preparing to launch its artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain built consumer driven health data platform, in an effort to sustain global efforts to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
By Rentia Booysen at Westcon-Comstor Sub-Saharan Africa
Coronavirus has officially arrived in South Africa, and for businesses, this means considering how they are going to maintain normal operations if employees are quarantined, or asked to stay home for whatever reason.
Microsoft has announced that it will avail its hub for teamwork in Office 365, Microsoft Teams, for free to the public to enable remote working in the wake of COVID-19
Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Index Report Shows Healthcare Industry Plans to Ramp Up Hybrid Cloud Adoption to Secure Patient Data and Ensure Regulatory Compliance
A new ITU standard highlights that compliance with the Paris Agreement will require the information and communication technology (ICT) industry to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 45 per cent from 2020 to 2030.
When migrating workloads and applications into the cloud, several important factors need to be considered.
Over 40% of privacy compliance technology will rely on artificial intelligence (AI) by 2023, up from 5% today, according to Gartner, Inc.
Just 29% of data centre decision-makers say their current facilities are meeting their needs, and just 6% say their data centers are updated ahead of their needs. These are among the findings included in a new report from Forbes Insights and Vertiv.
9mobile hosted a workshop in Lagos for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), Aggregators, and brands to introduce Rich Communication Services (RCS), and showcase how RCS Business Messaging (RBM) is revolutionizing enterprise communication with their consumers.
The AI Media Group, organisers of Africa’s largest AI Business Event – AI Expo Africa – is pleased to announce that IBM Master Inventor and UN Artificial Intelligence advisor Neil Sahota will speak at AI Expo Africa 2020.
Kenya is set to host the first Decentralized Finance Conference in Africa, dubbed DeFi Africa 2020, on the 17th – 18th March 2020.
Ericsson IndustryLab has released a report entitled A quick guide to your digital carbon footprint, analysing the ICT sector’s carbon emissions.
Companies have been urged to safeguard assets and build agile security frameworks to enable digital transformation.
It’s all too easy to buy into the idea that tech is out to rob us of our humanity. But the trends of 2020 from global thought leaders and TransUnion data paint a different picture: that technology is actually allowing us to reconnect with our humanity.
Data centres are at the heart of economic growth in Africa and without them, developing rich and self-sufficient ICT ecosystems cannot happen.
Analysts and major enterprises predicted 50 billion IoT devices would be connected by 2020, yet the true figure stands closer to 9 billion.
In a continent where over 60% of the adult population is unbanked and the financial sector is considerably underdeveloped, fintech has been a welcomed revolution that is seen to be boosting Africa’s financial infrastructure.
The Huawei ICT competition which started off in Botswana in October 2019 with roadshows in four universities across the country is here to stay, according to the organisers.
Automation, traditionally linked with fears of job losses, looks set to make life easier for humans across the globe in 2020. From freeing up workers inside organisations to providing excellent customer experiences, the robots are here, and they’re helping make business better.
Early technology adopter consumers expect an Internet of Senses by 2030, enabling a new service economy based on digital sensory experiences.
Continent’s fastest-growing economy aims to equip young and dynamic youth population with digital skills needed to drive innovation and economic progress.
The inaugural Women in Tech event hosted by Women at Uber, brought together innovative women leaders in technology such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook, as well as the local start-up, SweepSouth, to discuss the challenges and opportunities faced by women in technology.
Gartner, Inc. has highlighted the trends that infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders must start preparing for to support digital infrastructure in 2020.
As organisations send more and more data into the cloud and adopt multi-cloud strategies with solutions and services from a wide range of providers, the challenge of managing these environments effectively increases.
Data is only becoming increasingly important for business success, while also getting more challenging to manage.
Investment company Crypto Valley Venture Capital (CV VC) visits Mauritius as part of a delegation led by the Swiss Blockchain Federation and organised by the Swiss Embassy to build ‘blockchain bridges’.
Driven by key industry stakeholders with support from the South African National Space Agency, ZASpace is a new broad-based industry forum that has been designed to demystify space for business while developing skills and funding innovation to propel the growth of the sector across the continent.
Data Management Company Compfix Data Limited has announced plans to venture into cyber security and business continuity solutions as it looks to tap into emerging opportunities within the East Africa market.
The African Development Bank and Microsoft have launched the ‘Coding for Employment’ digital training platform, an online tool to provide digital skills to African youth, wherever they are across the continent.
The report details the broad pillars of growth across bank accounts, Point of Sale devices and transactions per card according to Network’s research of nine African markets.
Google this week hosted its first Google Startup Week in Lagos, which saw Google Launchpad Accelerator Africa graduates, from across Africa, pitch for funding from some of Africa & the UK’s top venture capitalists (VCs), and Launchpad Accelerator Africa class 4 graduating from the program.
The local chapter of Standard Bank Africa group, Stanbic Bank, has set the 27th of November as a date for a public lecture on Digital and Data Transformation: The journey to the future.
Nutanix, Inc., a leader in enterprise cloud computing, has announced a partnership with Hardis Group, a consulting, digital services and software publishing company, to deliver Vision Insights powered by Xi IoT, an innovative solution to manage supply chain operations efficiency.
Westcon-Comstor Sub-Saharan Africa is pleased to announce the launch of its Azure Virtual Vault partner programme in Kenya.
Gozem, Africa’s transport app, and Total Togo, the leading oil distributor in Togo, have entered into a strategic partnership giving Gozem’s partner-drivers in Togo access to Total cards linked to their Gozem digital wallets.
Mauritius will host the Africa FinTech Festival (AFF) 2020, which is scheduled for May 2020 with a targeted number of 2,000 delegates.
Premier Nutanix Event to Rip the Elastoplast Off of Failed HCI Implementations and Give Customers a Real Path to the Cloud and Digital Transformation.
Preparations for the 2nd Data, Information and Scientific Visualization Symposium in Africa (VIZAFRICA) conference which is taking place in Gaborone from the 18 to the 19 of November have reached the final stretch.