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Kenya carves out express route to Microsoft's SA-based datacentres

Kenya carves out express route to Microsoft's SA-based datacentres

Seacom to facilitate connectivity between East African country and SA-based datacentres.

World's biggest Web host GoDaddy descends on SA

World's biggest Web host GoDaddy descends on SA

The Arizona-headquartered company officially launches in SA, and will take on the likes of Afrihost and MWeb.

Check Point's Gil Shwed: Cloud is the weakest link

Check Point's Gil Shwed: Cloud is the weakest link

The cyber security landscape is getting ever-more complex, explains Check Point founder and CEO Gil Shwed.

Liquid Telecom expands cloud services with Microsoft Azure

Liquid Telecom expands cloud services with Microsoft Azure

Telco announces availability of solution across its pan-African network, approaching 70,000km.

Cloud, mobile the weakest links in IT security - Check Point

Cloud, mobile the weakest links in ICT security - Check Point

Cyber security solutions provider delves into its 2019 Security Report released this week.

Huawei Cloud rolls out commercial services in South Africa

Huawei Cloud rolls out commercial services in South Africa

Plan is to operate more datacentres in Kenya and Nigeria.

Huawei confirms SA cloud service for March 2019

Huawei confirms SA cloud service for March 2019

Company announces go-live date at ITWeb Cloud Summit 2019.

Telecom Egypt to commercially launch IOT services

Telecom Egypt to commercially launch IOT services

Telco partners with Nokia to build first IOT services-centric cloud infrastructure.

Global hyper-scalers expected to open up SA's cloud market

Global hyper-scalers expected to open up SA's cloud market

Amazon Web Services, Microsoft will be opening up datacentres and provide businesses with more choice.

Zimbabwe govt urges datacentre investment

Zimbabwe govt urges datacentre investment

Officials say National Datacentre Project is virtually complete.

Adobe makes Creative Cloud accessible to K-12 Schools in Africa

Adobe makes Creative Cloud accessible to K-12 Schools in Africa

Competitively priced solution will have a signficant impact on learners, according to Dax Data.