Three new portable power stations to ease load shedding Issue 1 2023, News, Products EcoFlow has launched three portable power stations that provide sufficient power for consumers wherever they are; the DELTA 2 and RIVER 2 Series are feature-filled power solutions to the volatile electricity supply.
You cannot bribe a computer Issue 1 2023, Access Control & Identity Management Corruption is a cancer that destroys the prospects and stability of countries and businesses. It widens wealth gaps and punishes the poor. It costs countries many billions in lost revenue.
Off-grid power solution for residential estate Issue 1 2023, Editor's Choice, Residential Estate (Industry), Products Coral Beach Estate, an upmarket residential estate based in East London, has been struggling with load shedding and power outages due to South Africa's energy crisis, as well as the vandalism of its power infrastructure.
SafeCity Guarding rolls out across 14 suburbs in Johannesburg Issue 1 2023, News In a major drive to provide communities across Johannesburg with additional safety, Vumacam, in partnership with Fidelity ADT and other security providers across the region, rolled out the innovative SafeCity Guarding initiative in 14 suburbs.
FleetDomain underpins Afrirent’s value proposition Issue 1 2023, Logistics (Industry) Afrirent, a 100% female black-owned fleet management company, has been relying on FleetDomain software for a number of years to help it deliver outstanding service to a growing number of clients.
Keeping students, staff and communities safe Issue 1 2023, Vumacam, News, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring South African schools are facing increasing security challenges, making effective surveillance systems more important than ever. To address this issue, Vumacam is offering advanced security solutions with security partners, aimed at keeping students, staff, and the community safe.
Technology is key to securing physical and cybersecurity Issue 1 2023, Education (Industry) The interpretation of security in educational institutions depends on whom you are talking to and whether their focus is on the physical security of the institution, its assets and its people, or its information and communication technology perspective.
Recession? Do not skimp on cybersecurity Issue 1 2023, Cyber Security While economists are studying their crystal balls, businesses have to prepare for the worst, and preparing for a recession means cutting costs and refocusing resources; however, they must ensure they do not end up creating an enormous risk.
Security versus functionality: avoiding end user revolt Issue 1 2023, Business Connexion t/a BCX When the business puts mechanisms in place to secure its infrastructure, but these hinder users from being productive, users will always find a way around them, inadvertently creating security risks.
Security starts with a layered approach Issue 1 2023 It is very easy to become completely overwhelmed when thinking about security options for your home or place of work. Wahl Bartmann suggests people think about their security plans in a layered approach.
How to avoid a wipeout Issue 1 2023, Arcserve Southern Africa, IT infrastructure Wiper malware aims to delete your data permanently and cause as much destruction as possible. Byron Horn-Botha, Business Unit Head at Arcserve Southern Africa offers readers three steps to protect the organisation from these malicious applications.
Veeam releases new Data Platform Issue 1 2023 Veeam releases new Veeam Data Platform including 500+ new features and enhancements for Veeam Backup & Replication v12, the foundation of the Veeam Data Platform, including direct-to-object storage backup, trusted immutability, advanced cyber resiliency and unmatched hybrid cloud protection.
Managed services can alleviate the skills shortage Issue 1 2023, Training & Education South Africa is in the midst of an ongoing and deepening IT skills shortage exacerbated by the high global demand for IT talent from the country’s skills pool and often spurred on by attractive remuneration and the opportunity to work without leaving home.
Cybercriminals eye passwords and cloud vulnerabilities Issue 1 2023, Cyber Security In a constantly evolving threat landscape in which cloud adoption continues to grow and passwords are highly coveted by nefarious actors, attacks are expected to increase sharply in the coming year.
Erasing data is not straightforward Issue 1 2023 While the threat of cybercrime, phishing and hackers gaining access to digital infrastructure is increasingly well understood and mitigated, the risk of a data breach from tangible physical assets must not be overlooked.
Six technology trends affecting the security sector in 2023 Issue 1 2023, Axis Communications SA, Editor's Choice, News Johan Paulsson says that many of the broad macro trends around the globe – spanning geopolitical issues, economic uncertainty, environmental concerns, and human rights – have implications for all technology sectors, the security industry included.