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CloudGate collaborates with Microsoft to accelerate IoT success

Mar 26th, 2020 Edit post

CloudGate today announced it has achieved it’s Microsoft Azure Certification for Internet of Things (IoT) on its CloudGate X. 

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The PC is dead, long live the PC

Mar 2nd, 2020 Edit post

Small, capable and packed with power, something small is making its way to the desktop.

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SME technology in 2020: A path to efficiency

Feb 14th, 2020 Edit post

The technology-savvy small to medium enterprise (SME) is far more likely to invest into the fundamentals of technology than into the trendy ones that are making the news.

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Three simple steps to becoming more carbon-friendly

Nov 14th, 2019 Edit post

For South African organisations across sectors, it is becoming imperative to embrace greener, more environmentally-friendly operational practices.

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Why Micro Computing can drive digitisation in SA school

Nov 4th, 2019 Edit post

With President Cyril Ramaphosa firmly committed to digitising the public school education system over the next six years, there is strong momentum for this critical shift to take place.

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Five powerful mini PCs under R5k

Sep 30th, 2019 Edit post

Five mini PCs priced under R5,000.

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Why sustainable IT equates to sustainable business

Aug 21st, 2019 Edit post

Although South African business leaders may feel somewhat besieged by bad news and murmurs of ‘unbearable’ Eskom tariff hikes, tech-fuelled innovation is providing business with new options to lower energy consumption.

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Why Edge Computing is set to transform global industry

Jul 18th, 2019 Edit post

While it is arguable that the world doesn’t need yet another technology buzz-phrase, the emergence of ‘edge computing’ is worth understanding.

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About CLOUDGATE

CloudGate is a palm-sized computer capable of running Linux, Windows 10 and the Chromium operating systems. With an Intel Quad-Core CPU and a solid-state hard drive, CloudGate is a powerful replacement for most tower computers at a fraction of the cost. Plug in a screen, keyboard & mouse and you have the perfect minicomputer for business or education. Drawing less than 10% of the power and taking up only a fraction of the desk space compared to a regular desktop computer, it is a very energy efficient and eco-friendly alternative to conventional computing.


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