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Jared Naude, software engineer, Cloud Security at Synthesis. 14 Feb 2019 - by Kirsten Doyle How to craft a cloud security strategy
How to craft a cloud security strategy

Cloud poses new risks and calls a new threat model, warns Jared Naude, Synthesis.

Justin Doo, territory manager, Middle East, Turkey & Africa at Okta. 14 Feb 2019 - by Kirsten Doyle The world has changed and needs more security
The world has changed and needs more security

Identity will soon have a universal standard, predicts Okta's Justin Doo.

Jai Menon, futurist and chief scientist at Cloudistics. 14 Feb 2019 - by Sibahle Malinga Cloud predictions for 2019 and beyond
Cloud predictions for 2019 and beyond

As we enter the third phase of cloud adoption, only 50% of global applications will run on public cloud as private clouds gain more traction, says Cloudistics.

Mika Lefebvre, director at Genesys. 14 Feb 2019 - by Kirsten Doyle Cloud CX: Don't believe the vendors, try it out
Cloud CX: Don't believe the vendors, try it out

Customer experience matters today more than ever, because we are all consumers, says Genesys.

Farouk Osman Latib 13 Feb 2019 - by Christopher Tredger Huawei confirms SA cloud service for March 2019
Huawei confirms SA cloud service for March 2019

The first 'availability zone' for Huawei's cloud offering in SA wil launch next month.

Dr Nkosi Kumalo, managing executive of sales at BCX. 13 Feb 2019 - by Kirsten Doyle There's a cloud solution for most SME challenges
There's a cloud solution for most SME challenges

Although cloud computing adoption is low among SA SMEs, there are software-as-a-service solutions to most of their problems, says BCX's Dr Nkosi Kumalo.

Jai Menon, chief scientist at Cloudistics. 12 Feb 2019 - by Sibahle Malinga Private cloud 3.0 is here
Private cloud 3.0 is here

Poised to be the third wave of the cloud revolution, private cloud 3.0will be adopted by forward-thinking organisations, says Cloudistics.

Arthur Goldstuck, CEO of World Wide Worx. 12 Feb 2019 - by Christopher Tredger Global hyper-scalers to open up SA's cloud market
Global hyper-scalers to open up SA's cloud market

The local cloud services market is expected to explode when Amazon Web Services and Microsoft open their data centres in South Africa.

Dave Funnell, manager of VMware Cloud Provider Business, Sub-Saharan Africa. 12 Feb 2019 - by Kirsten Doyle Cloud: It's not about IT, it's about the app
Cloud: It's not about IT, it's about the app

The application owners must decide where their apps reside, and this is driving a shift in how IT and enterprises operate, says VMware's Dave Funnell.

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