Country Manager, Southern Africa at Fortinet, Paul Williams, talks about how the local healthcare sector is moving to combat a spike in security risks.
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Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services, Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize, talks about the road to a connected South Africa.
Global leaders from healthcare, retail and manufacturing validate the ‘Intelligent Enterprise’ as the defining trend of the decade for industries globally.
The Ericsson Sub-Saharan Africa Mobility Report reveals that the total mobile subscriptions penetration in the region is expected to reach 105% by 2022.
SAP has opened Africa’s first Co-Innovation Lab, offering a hands-on environment for SAP to innovate jointly with software solution partners.
There has been upsurge of electronic solutions being developed to educate and help patients better manage diabetes outside of a healthcare setting.
Ian Lester explains how his company has developed a high-impact eHealth solution to address the global challenge of monitoring the vaccine cold chain.
Cape Town is set to hold the 19th annual AfricaCom, one of the largest conferences and exhibitions dedicated to telecoms and technology in Africa.
The world's second largest hearing aid manufacturer, Oticon, has developed and launched Oticon Opn, the world’s first internet connected hearing aid.
Senior Advisor, Strategic Markets, for InterSystems HealthShare, Todd Winey, talks about unlocking the potential of the Internet of Healthcare Things.
Day two of the eHealthALIVE2016 event further brought together healthcare specialists representing government, academia and the private sector.