More G-Sync greatness and the next Galaxy Note coming soon to Tarsus

Two new Samsung products will arrive in South Africa later this year: the Galaxy Note 10 smartphone, and a new 27-inch curved gaming monitor, the C27RG5.

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Tarsus excited about partnership with government’s YES initiative

TTG opted into President Ramaphosa’s YES initiative that helps young graduates get real-world work experience, with fantastic results.

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Survey shows that Azure is very popular in South Africa

The survey asked over 300 IT decision-makers from South African businesses to answer questions about how they are using the cloud within their respective organisations.

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Samsung goes big on fun with two new gorgeous gaming monitors

Whether you want curves or massive ultra widescreen goodness, Samsung’s latest gaming monitors have something for you.

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The ProArt PC range from ASUS is aimed at creatives who need the very best

ASUS ProArt products combine incredible looks, world-class performance, and the high-end features creative professionals need to do their jobs properly.

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Continuous learning is the key to employee growth

Valuable skills, personal growth, career development: platforms like LinkedIn Learning are transforming the employee parameter.

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People are the key to thriving in the 4th Industrial Revolution

Economy, society, opportunity: South Africa sits on the cusp of automation while balancing on the edge of legacy challenges and complexities.

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Printacom’s excellence recognised with two big awards

Awards were won for the Largest Deal of the Year and Marketing Excellence, and handed out at the recent OKI partner conference in Athens.

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The ticking timebomb of internal IT hardware theft

Corporate executives seem remarkably unaware of the large-scale looting of redundant corporate IT assets by staff, says Dispose-IT’s Evan Berger.

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How to maintain and develop skills for a changing world

To remain relevant today, every person, regardless of their existing role or their plans for the future, must continuously work on developing complementary skills.

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