12 October 2017, South Africa — Toshiba recently launched a new initiative, the Mastering Memory Roadshow. Toshiba Middle East and Africa kick-started the roadshow in Dubai, before bringing it all the way to South Africa, and then back to the

by Ronald Ravel, Director B2B South Africa, Toshiba South Africa  Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology is on the rise both at home and in the workplace, and will soon significantly impact and empower the way we live and work. M2M solutions –

Avaya Equinox Meetings Online delivers a high quality experience from the cloud to easily connect people across a variety of systems, devices and locations around the world South Africa, Johannesburg, 14 September 2017 – Avaya today announced the availability in

Avaya survey of nine countries shows South African banking customers most likely to choose mobile app to contact their bank South Africans more likely than counterparts in other countries to complain about bad customer service Johannesburg, September 07, 2017 –

Success of Avaya customers and partners is Hani’s top priority, as the region increases adoption of digital business models South Africa, Johannesburg, 08 August, 2017 – Avaya has announced the appointment of Fadi Hani as Vice President for the Middle

Files Confirmable Amended Plan of Reorganisation and Disclosure Statement With Support of Major Stakeholders Seeks to Emerge from Chapter 11 in Fall 2017 August 7, 2017 – Avaya today announced that it has entered into a Plan Support Agreement (the

By Danny Drew, Managing Director of Avaya South Africa The digitisation of business has spread the ‘customer experience’ (CX) right across organisations. Managing and understanding customers is no longer confined to frontline sales and contact centre staff, but requires constant

Johannesburg, South Africa, 25 July, 2017 T-Systems South Africa and Dassault Systèmes extend their global partnership to the South African market. The PLM solutions combine Dassault Systèmes’ 3DExperience Platform integrated by T-Systems with Fujitsu’s industrial computer kiosks for use on

Toshiba South Africa announced Toshiba Mobile Zero Client (TMZC), a mobile zero client solution based on standard laptops that enables companies to perform all IT-based tasks with all data stored away from a set device, offering security, mobility and manageability.

Around the world businesses are facing an uncertain future. Macroeconomic events such as US disengagement from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and China’s slowing GDP growth are making it harder than ever to plan ahead; and what’s more, this uncertainty is