Hacked in translation
Check Point researchers have discovered a new attack vector that could allow hackers to create malicious subtitles to target users of popular media platforms to gain complete control of users’ PCs, mobiles, and smart TVs.
Companies want to run applications in the cloud
New research from F5 Networks shows most companies are already using a hybrid cloud infrastructure, and are about to use it more operationally.
Robots will be our partners
Even though some view the latest developments in AI a little daunting, ANTON VAN HEERDEN, Managing Director and Executive Vice-President, Africa & Middle East at Sage, believes we need to see bots and advanced AI as an opportunity to be more efficient.
Most SA SMEs want tech-savvy accountants
A new survey conducted by World Wide Worx for Xero shows South African SMEs want their accountants to keep up with changes in technology.
Open banking revolution coming
New regulations encouraging open banking may bring additional operational challenges, but research shows open banking has the power to transform the global banking landscape over the next decade, writes JACOB MORGAN of Forrester.
MIT comes to WIts U
Wits University, in conjunction with MIT Sloan School of Management, has opened applications for teams interested in participating in the MIT Global Start-up Labs Programme.
Robot kits come to SA
Young engineers’ dreams to create, programme and control their own robotic creations are about to come true as Gammatek will distribute robot kits from Ubtech Robotics.
Dashcams can change insurance
Insurance providers in some countries incentivise motorists who drive vehicles fitted with a dash cam. LIZETTE ERASMUS, Insurance Expert at IntegriSure, debates whether dash cams can play a bigger role in the local short term insurance industry.
Why remote working is a must for SA
Construction in Sandton and Fourways, gridlock in Cape Town are all factors building a strong case for companies to embrace remote working. But is your business geared to make the move and if not what can you do to make it so.
World’s most snapped sites: Table Mountain sneaks in
New pan-global research has revealed the top 30 most photographed landmarks worldwide – a list topped by The Eiffel Tower and including Alhambra, The Colosseum, The Burj Khalifa and Big Ben. Table Mountain sneaks in at number 28.