Africa has the potential to be a leader in open source distributed computing, says Standard Bank Hadoop expert

John Leonard
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But it's held back by a lack of available skills

South Africa's Standard Bank faces all of the familiar financial-sector challenges around data security, governance and compliance, plus a few more besides. The country's new data protection law Po...

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