Tarsus Distribution is one of SA’s leading IT infrastructure, software and security distributors, offering reseller partners access to the newest and most innovative products from world-leading technology vendors.
Tarsus On Demand offers cloud and connectivity distribution services for businesses. Our product range includes IaaS, storage and backup, management, consulting, security and hosted solutions.
Tarsus Dispose-IT assists companies with the environmentally responsible and compliant disposal of IT and electronic goods and e-waste.
Working with leading emerging economies in Africa, we know that they have different risks than the world at large.
GAAP specializes in point-of-sale for the hospitality industry and employs industry leading technologies to keep us ahead of the pack.
Security vendors such as Kaspersky Lab report that they process as many as 360,000 new malicious file variants a day, making it clear that everyone who uses a computer for personal tasks and work still needs robust protection against viruses and malware. What’s more, malware attacks are growing ever more debilitating and sophisticated as cyber-criminals continue to up their game.Read More
South African enterprises are beginning to accelerate their move to the cloud, as international cloud providers start to go live with their local data centres. This trend is likely to bring profound disruption to the South African service provider and IT integrator landscape over the next 18 months.Read More
Cybersecurity can be a tough sell at the best of times – like insurance, it’s a grudge purchase for most organisations. Much of the momentum in the market comes from the news cycle, with companies spurred into action when an exotic strain of malware or a massive data breach dominates the headlines for a few weeks. Think back to 2017 when ransomware variants such as WannaCry, Petya and NotPetya dramatically brought a range of large organisations around the world to their knees. For a few months, there was a flurry of market activity as organisations scrambled to put solutions in place to protect themselves from the most newsworthy threat of the day—and then resumed business as usual when the news stories died down.Read More