Media Mentions

Load-shedding has become synonymous with day to day life in South Africa. But while it’s easy enough for a residence or small business to work around a blackout, larger enterprises face far greater – and pricier – consequences when they don’t have access to critical data.

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Statistics gathered from the Gartner Symposium held in Cape Town in September 2018, stated that 60% of South African organisations use cloud services today. This percentage is expected to increase with the imminent rollout of local data centres by public cloud powerhouses, creating a 'market' where organisations will be able to choose between local or global public cloud and private cloud environments.

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Statistics gathered from the Gartner Symposium held in Cape Town in September 2018, stated that 60% of South African organisations use cloud services today. This percentage is expected to increase with the imminent roll out of local data centres by public cloud powerhouses, creating a 'market' where organisations will be able to choose between local or global public cloud and private cloud environments.

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We live in fast times. So fast in fact that a recent Google study showed that over half of users will abandon a website if it takes longer than three seconds to load. Any online business knows if the website goes down, users will simply check out the competition and get the product/service they want elsewhere.

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We live in fast times. So fast in fact that a recent Google study showed that over half of users will abandon a website if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load. Any online business knows if the website goes down, users will simply check out the competition and get the product/service they want elsewhere.

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