Canon South Africa is to become the first choice partner for printers and print professionals in southern Africa with the announcement that it will acquire Océ South Africa.
Kenya, Uganda and South Sudan working under the Northern Corridor Integration project, are next month (May 2015) expected to sign an MoU on Cyber Security Framework for cooperation.
The ICT association of Uganda (ICTAU) has organised an ICT clinic where ICT firms will demonstrate their services and solutions to Agribusiness firms and also create business opportunities.
Focus Softnet, announced that Cloud and Mobile Apps will be its major focus at COMEX Oman from April 27-May 1, 2015 at the Oman International Exhibition Centre. The company is exhibiting at located Stand 407 in the “Business Section” of the exhibition showcasing it’s flagship, new-generation ERP Focus 8 will be the highlight of the […]
Come the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) 2015 and Cyberoam, a leading provider of enterprise network security will use the occasion to educate regional businesses and CXOs on its patented Layer 8 technology.
Acer has unveiled its new Acer Iconia Tab 10 for Education. It will be available on the shelves in selected countries of the EMEA region in May 2015.
Oracle Academy and the Raspberry Pi Foundation have launched Oracle Raspberry Pi Weather Station for Schools, an ambitious project to join thousands of schools in Africa and around the world in a global science experiment.
Preperations for next month’s eLearning Africa conference, the continents biggest ICT and education event, are in high gear with organisers getting ready to host participants from more than 58 countries.
WestconGroup Southern Africa has appointment of Michelle Themelis as Microsoft channel manager within its cloud business practice.
Avaya will next month give an in-depth overview of the powerful IP Office Midmarket Collaboration Solution to channel participants in its South African User group breakfast workshop.
PC shipments in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) reached 20.2 million units in the first quarter of 2015 and it is a 7.7% decrease year on year, according to International Data Corporation (IDC).