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Data Centers

Uncontrolled data growth poses a massive challenge for companies

Data at end-of-life is a massive challenge for most companies, especially with uncontrolled data growth that has resulted in new corporate policies for data storage and retention. This is largely as a...

Data centres show confidence in SA

Communications Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana says Microsoft’s decision to invest in Africa through South Africa by building two data centres, is arguably one of the biggest Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) investments...

Microsoft opens first data centres in Africa

Microsoft has announced the opening of its first data centres in Africa, with the general availability of Azure from the new cloud regions in Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa. This makes...

Amazon expands in Cape Town, stepping up cloud rivalry with Microsoft

Amazon.com is expanding its presence in the emerging tech hub of Cape Town, upping the ante in its regional battle with cloud computing rival Microsoft. Amazon will be the sole...

Liquid Telecom invests R1bn in SA data centres

Liquid Telecom has invested more than R1 billion into expanding its datacentre facilities in Johannesburg and Cape Town to support the rising demand for cloud-based services. The pan-African telecoms group, in which Zimbabwean...


New Cape Town initiative bolsters economic recovery

TO support local businesses across the board, from one-person SMMEs to corporates, a number of key public, private and NPO stakeholders are joining forces...


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