Research by Nokia Bell Labs in 2020 found that 5G has the potential to contribute $8 trillion to global GDP by 2030, with different industries as diverse as mining all set to reap enormous benefits.
The pace at which digital transformation has swept across industries continues to increase rapidly in response to Covid-19.
Organisations fortunate enough to be far along their digital transformation journeys could arguably adapt more easily to the disruption. For others, the pandemic has been a catalyst for accelerated digital transformation.
Coud platforms are the future of African SMEs. This Digital transformation is imperative for these SMEs, as it enables them to streamline back-office operations and free up time and resources to focus on their core business.
Esinam Yevu is Co-Founder and Communications Lead at Ghanaian fintech startup, PayBox.
As the Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPIA) is a few months away from being enforced, organisations and responsible parties have had to gain an in-depth understanding of the rules.
Meanwhile, shopper habits have changed considerably, and this means small businesses must continue to adapt and grow with the direction of the wind.
Africa has been described as the fastest-growing continents in the world. This growth, according to an article published on Forbes has been fueled by a young rapidly urbanizing population.
Lionel Mpfizi is the CEO of Awesomity Lab, an award-winning software development company based in Kigali, Rwanda.
Compared with other Data Centre markets around the world, Africa is unique in the sense it has a population of over 1.3 billion people and with a total landmass of 30,365,000 km.
IZICHANGE is a platform that help to make mobile money account to interact with online web wallet and vice versa. Okouin Marius is a Chief Operating Officer of this platform in Benin.
Africa started to deploy 3D printing over a decade ago and today there is an even bigger potential for additive manufacturing on the continent.
Digital payments have become a very crucial service in Africa. Every day, millions of transactions are transacted across the continent leading to the rise of different payment technologies like Mpesa.
Elizabeth Akinyi is the Customer Success Manager at Incentro Africa, an IT service provider delivering custom build cloud-based software solutions for the European and African market.
As one of the largest companies in pest control and office hygiene, Rentokil Initial has a large dynamic staff spread across the globe.
The pandemic is a watershed moment for gender equality and an African Union report notes the importance of a gendered perspective in the analysis of this multi-dimensional event.
On-demand delivery is gaining a lot of popularity as a result of the current business and economic challenges and many businesses are expanding their operations by jumping on the digital bandwagon.
Businesses in Africa are increasingly turning to cloud to improve operational efficiency and COVID-19 is accelerating this adoption.
Countries all over the world have prioritized manufacturing in their economic rebound strategies, following the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the World Bank, Africa is the only continent where female entrepreneurs outnumber their male counterparts. In Kenya, 48% of micro, small, and medium businesses are female-owned.