Upcoming EventsOct24TueOct25Wedall-day African Real Estate & Infrastruc... @ Sandton Convention CentreAfrican Real Estate & Infrastruc... @ Sandton Convention CentreOct 25 – Oct 26 all-dayThe African Real Estate & Infrastructure Summit is a high-level conference focussing on urban development, mobility & technology, finance and investment and housing on the African continent. read moreNov3Fri9:00 am Finnovation Africa: Ethiopia 2017 @ Radisson Blu Addis AbabaFinnovation Africa: Ethiopia 2017 @ Radisson Blu Addis AbabaNov 3 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFinnovation Africa: Ethiopia 2017 will be held at the Radisson Blu Addis Ababa on the 3rd of November 2017 and will tackle the most pressing questions for the progress of FinTech and the positive and proﬁtable transformation of banking in … Continue reading →
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By Sven Hammar, CSO, Apica System
From Total Recall to Batman, it’s fair to say that Hollywood loves a good autonomous vehicle. However, this technology is no longer the subject of public imagination. With connected cars already becoming a reality in 2017, and Gartner predicting that 64 million connected cars will be shipped globally in 2020, there is a very real question that remains as to what the potentials of autonomous vehicles are; their strengths, and how we can address their weaknesses.
Migrating applications to the cloud offers incredible opportunities that can make your business more versatile and efficient. Collaboration is often easier with the cloud, for example, and it can make disaster recovery a breeze. However, the cloud isn’t necessarily the right choice for every application. Is your team thinking of shifting your application to a cloud-based model? Make sure to take the following considerations into account before making your move:
Businesses that depend on cloud services live or die by the stability and availability of those platforms. Reliable cloud services are an essential part of employee workflow and sales cycles for businesses across the globe—and any downtime is a waste of money on both idle workers and missed sales opportunities.