IoT Trends for 2022


By: Sivi Moodley – CEO Macrocomm Group As we move out of the tighter levels of restrictions into a world shaped by the impacts of COVID-19, we can expect an increase in the utilisation of technologies to support our evolved way of managing business operations… the way we work… and the way we go about

IoT Trends for 20222022-02-23T10:44:03+00:00

Smart technologies are complementary to South Africa’s National Infrastructure Plan


Sivi Moodley “Smart technologies will play a significant role in complementing South Africa’s infrastructure based economic recovery plan,” says Sivi Moodle, CEO of Macrocomm, in the run up to the Sustainable Infrastructure Development Symposium 2021. South Africa’s recently announced National Infrastructure Plan is focused on delivering critical energy, transport, water, and digital communications through a

Smart technologies are complementary to South Africa’s National Infrastructure Plan2021-10-06T06:41:19+00:00

Are companies prepared for mandatory screening protocols?


Local firms have come up with solutions for a business sector that suddenly has to comply with new protocols for health and safety. New tech solutions to curb the spread of Covid-19 have been developed quickly with the potential to replace manual processes for sanitary and social distancing measures, temperature screening and managing quarantine. Datacentrix

Are companies prepared for mandatory screening protocols?2021-09-14T11:26:38+00:00

Women in tech space


Women in tech is now an exciting subject of discussion as it has been uncommon for women to hold technology-driven positions in the past. International research has shown that the tech space is seen as young, white, middle-class male-dominated. In the last decade however, we have seen more women rise through the corporate ranks to

Women in tech space2021-09-13T10:55:43+00:00

Smart City Management


Within their Utilities division, Macrocomm produces revenue management reports for smart cities. Smart cities are urban areas which use information and communication technologies to improve government operations and citizen welfare. As one can imagine, massive amounts of data–sometimes connected, but oftentimes not–underlie municipal utilities. But beyond that, the real challenge is the ability to derive

Smart City Management2021-09-13T10:35:02+00:00
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