The mobility storm in Africa

Business technology’s biggest thinkers plan to take a unique look into how technology has assisted start-ups and SME’s launch and achieve success during a panel discussion at the Business Technology Show in August.

Panellists include;
• Eric Edelstein, CEO, Daddy’s Deals
• Andre Hugo, Founder, M4JAM
• Alon Lits, GM, Uber
• Daniel Guasco, CEO, Groupon
• Brett Loubser, MD, WeChat

This panel will share insights into their success; 2015’s mobility trends and how technology has boosted the success of start-ups and SMEs.

Panellists will have a further look at which sectors in SA enterprise mobility have brought real change to the improvement of productivity and revenue generation through the use of mobile trends. This is highlighted through the Top 3 Solutions to invest in in 2015.

Recognising the new challenge companies across the globe face in enabling the always-on business, Veeam has pioneered a new market of availability for the modern data centre by helping organisations meet recovery time and point objectives (RTPO) of less than 15 minutes for all applications and data. This is achieved through a fundamentally new kind of solution that delivers high-speed recovery, data loss avoidance, verified protection, leveraged data and complete visibility.

Veeam has recently confirmed their position as a Silver Solution Provider at the Business Technology Show. Attending tech heads will learn how Veeam leverages virtualisation, storage and cloud technologies that enable the modern data centre to help organisations save time, mitigate risks and dramatically reduce capital and operational costs.

The Business Technology Show takes place 25 – 26 August 2015 at the Westin Hotel in Cape Town.

For more information on the event, to register to attend or to sponsor, visit or email Marcia van Jaarsveld at [email protected] or call +27 21 180 4700.

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The mobility storm in Africa