Code for Cape Town (Code4CT) and Booking.com are partnering to encourage girls to code by co-hosting a one-day workshop on Saturday, 30 September 2017
The Gartner Symposium/ITxpo kicked off on Monday, 18 September 2017 at the CTICC and is expected to attract over 1000 attendees including 190 CIOs over four days
Ilse van den Berg 19 Sep 2017
The working environment across the world is rapidly changing and has brought with it a new set of obstacles that could impact your business and its processes
Marc de Villiers 19 Sep 2017
Developers' conference and exhibition, DevConf, will be held in Johannesburg as well as Cape Town in 2018
With the use of smartphones to book hotel rooms increasing significantly over the past years, Ankerdata has partnered with ConnectHotel to bring SA a customised mobile concierge and booking application
Cari Coetzee 15 Sep 2017
It seems there is no area in South Africa where innovation and creativity isn't disrupting the industry. Especially in the logistics space, there's been forward-thinking individuals and companies all aiming to make the industry more efficient
Ilse van den Berg 12 Sep 2017
Ready for an epic new journey in IT? Demand for developers (JAVA, C#, .Net and Python) has skyrocketed and with a skills scarcity, opportunities for developers are plentiful
CareerJunction 12 Sep 2017
As the “fourth industrial revolution”, championed by the World Economic Forum's Klaus Schwab, gains momentum, it's thrilling to anticipate what this means for the automotive industry - and as a result, cities of the future
Trevor Hill 11 Sep 2017
Can you remember thirty-or-so years ago, to a time before mobile technology and the internet?
Anton Cabral 11 Sep 2017
African game developers have been invited to enter Microsoft's Dream.Build.Play challenge, which is giving away $200,000 in prize money across four categories
Tom Jackson 7 Sep 2017
Facebook has rolled out its Developer Circles in Durban, Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Pretoria.
In recent months, the debate over whether artificial intelligence (AI) is evil or evolutionary has taken on a new level of urgency - and ferocity
Colin Thornton 6 Sep 2017
SAN FRANCISCO, US: Nest has set out to shake up the home security market, unveiling an internet-age alarm system.
A recent study by the Metro Chair of Innovation at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) on the use of digital solutions in the hospitality industry, takes a look behind the scenes of the hospitality sector and offers new insights on the use of technology in the restaurant industry in Germany, France, Italy and Spain.
After a successful programme in 2016, #cocreate2Accelerate returns in 2017 for another round of building relationships between high-potential young companies from the Netherlands and South Africa. This year, #cocreate2Accelerate will include a long programme based on a rigorous process aimed at matching companies from both countries within specific vertical sectors to actively collaborate in the solving of identified challenges. The short programme will accompany this process and is aimed at introducing Dutch companies to the Cape Town startup ecosystem.
Cari Coetzee 13 Sep 2017
Business process automation (BPA) is possible thanks to the evolution of technology, automating workflows sometimes towards points where the intervention of the human is not needed. BPA can save a lot of money and time, make it more enjoyable for the customer to shop and drastically reduce human error.
SAN FRANCISCO, US - Ordering pizza from the sofa without lifting a finger has joined the list of modern-day conveniences thanks to a hot trend in voice-commanded smart speakers. Amazon, Apple and Google are duking it out with devices designed to sit out of sight in homes, awaiting spoken commands to tend to tasks such as ordering goods, finding information, playing music, mapping routes, or reading email.