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SMEs adapt to IT

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The evolution of IT means that SMEs no longer need to be responsible for IT in the traditional sense. In fact, they have surpassed their larger counterparts as early adopters...
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Turitto Emerges Famous Brands IT Partner Of 2017

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Famous Brands, Africa’s leading quick-service and casual dining restaurant franchisor, has named Turrito Networks as its Information Technology Partner of the Year.
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Business Directed To Adapt Or Die

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The evolution of technology has meant that small to medium enterprises (SMEs) no longer need to be responsible for IT in the traditional sense. In fact, they have surpassed their...
ITNewsAfrica

How SA’s SMEs can solve the connectivity conundrum

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In 2017, South Africa is expected to spend $10.5bn on information, technology and communications (ICT). This is according to the International Data Corporation (IDC), and the figure makes it the...
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FOR SMBS, (INTERNET) SERVICE IS WHAT COUNTS, NOT PRICING

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A key pain point for small and medium businesses (SMBs) in 2016 continued to be an influx of cheap and ill-supported fibre and internet solutions, which fall far short of...
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Turrito Networks’ Brian Timperley on #SONA2017 expectations for SMEs

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As we wait for SONA 2017, SMEs are hoping that their contribution to the South African economy will be noted. Joining CNBC Africa to tell us what can the ICT...
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Turrito Networks’ Brian Timperley on #SONA2017 expectations for SMEs

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As we wait for SONA 2017, SMEs are hoping that their contribution to the South African economy will be noted. Joining CNBC Africa to tell us what can the ICT…

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Why Tough Times Can Take Your Business To The Next Level

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The current economic stagnation is triggering a response that sadly ignores the many possible opportunities that lie within such a volatile business ecosystem.

CNBC Africa

Turrito Networks founders on transforming the telecoms industry

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Entrepreneurship in the tech space is becoming more attractive especially in an increasingly digitised world. Two entrepreneurs who have taken full advantage of this opportunity are Brian Timperley and Louis...
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Service the key for SME

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2016 was heralded as a particularly tough year, and small to medium businesses have in particular been affected. BRIAN TIMPERLEY, managing director of Turrito Networks, highlights the biggest pain points…

Scaling up a startup

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Johannesburg – Louis Jardim is the commercial director and co-founder of Turrito Networks, now a MICROmega company. He speaks to IOL about getting started and scaling up the business.

IT Web

Turrito Networks delivers true SME Business in a Box

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Turrito Networks, a MicroMega group company, has recently launched Business in a Box, a series of enterprise-grade fibre and wireless connectivity options, which all include Windows desktop bundles, designed for…

IT News Africa

Can FTTH bring an end to capped services in South Africa?

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South Africa’s bandwidth pricing has experienced less dramatic reductions of late, after several years of more aggressive price drops

IT Web

Microsoft gives thumbs-up to South African company through OEM certification

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Microsoft has recently awarded Turrito Networks, a MICROmega group company, OEM partner status, for its locally designed CloudGate desktop computing device.

CNBC Africa

Insight into the rise of OTT services

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If you were a user of messaging service WhatsApp on 30 March, you may have noticed that your app suddenly upgraded and you now have the option of using WhatsApp…

IT Web

Trust vital in new ICT landscape

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The service providers best suited to this changing ICT environment will be those that have zero interest in specific vendor solutions, says Louis Jardim, commercial director at Turrito Networks.

TechCentral

Dial a Nerd sold to Turrito Networks

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The Micromega Group subsidiary has acquired a majority stake in well-known IT support firm Dial a Nerd.

IT Web

Turrito Networks, Saicom enter into PBX, VOIP partnership

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MICROmega Group company Turrito Networks has entered into a strategic partnership with Saicom Voice Services, a leading provider of Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) services aimed at simplifying telephony for…

IT Web

Turrito Networks wins Antalis WAN outsourcing contract

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MICROmega Group company, Turrito Networks, has been awarded an IT infrastructure upgrade contract from Antalis South Africa to modernise its network

TechFinancials

Why Turrito bought Dial a Nerd?

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Dial a Nerd, a technology support company known for 17 years for sending a nerd to fix your computer, has been snapped up by Turrito Networks, a subsidiary of JSE-listed…

IT Web

Load-shedding gives more reasons to move to the cloud, says Turrito Networks

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Electricity supply disruption looks set to become a permanent feature of the South African business landscape, says Louis Jardim of Turrito Networks

CNBC Africa

Building a business from scratch

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Building an empire from scratch with Brian Timperley and Louis Jardim from Turrito Networks. CNBC Africa investigates.

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A new round of bandwidth disruption in SA

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South Africa’s bandwidth pricing has experienced less dramatic reductions of late, after several years of more aggressive price drops – but, predicts Brian Timperley of Turrito Networks, a new round…

Entrepreneur Magazine

How Turrito Networks Went From Zero To R50 Million In Four Years

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As senior account managers in a major ICT company during the 2000s, the corporate accounts that Brian Timperley and Louis Jardim serviced enjoyed substantial support, but smaller customers were falling…

BusinessTech

Dial a Nerd snapped up by Turrito Networks

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MICROmega company Turrito Networks has acquired a majority stake in IT support company, Dial-a-Nerd.

IT Web

SMEs need fibre for business advantage

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Having reliable, high-speed connectivity has become an imperative for small to medium businesses. But with many decision-makers still focused on traditional ADSL access, what needs to happen for fibre to…

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Turrito Networks, Dial-a-Nerd provide integrate ICT offering

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Following its acquisition of Dial-a-Nerd last year, MICROmega Group company Turrito Networks is now able to provide its small to medium enterprise (SME) customers with a complete ICT value proposition.

IT Web

All you need is the air that you breathe… and bandwidth

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A new round of disruption is due under the pressures of fibre rollout and the growth of international OTT services like WhatsApp, says Brian Timperley of Turrito Networks.

IT-Online

Turrito to manage Famous Brands’ WAN

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International food services company Famous Brands has appointed Turrito Networks to manage the entire wide area network (WAN) serving its South African manufacturing plants, distribution centres and head office.

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Thanks to the evolution of technology, small to medium enterprises (SMEs) no longer need to be responsible for IT in the traditional sense. With these companies under pressure to deliver…

Famous Brands chooses Turrito Networks as sole national network provider

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International food services company Famous Brands has appointed Turrito Networks to manage the entire wide area network (WAN) serving its South African manufacturing plants, distribution centres and head office.

IT Web

Starting a business? Choose the cloud from Day One

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Every business needs computer systems – and thanks to cloud computing, says Brian Timperley of Turrito Networks, that can now be the easiest part of starting out.

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SMEs lead the way in local cloud adoption

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Small and medium-sized enterprises are far ahead of their larger counterparts when it comes to adopting cloud-based services, says Brian Timperley of Turrito Networks and many are out-competing their rivals…

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SMMEs in the pound seats as broadband prices plummet, says Turrito Networks

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The price of broadband internet access for small- to medium-sized businesses is plummeting, says Turrito Networks commercial director Louis Jardim, opening the way to more widespread investment in cloud applications…

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Turrito Networks built a R50m business in four years

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The telecommunications industry is not known for its excellent customer service – but for those who can get it right, the rewards are great. Johannesburg entrepreneurs Brian Timperley and Louis…

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Turrito Networks – All the Networks, All the Solutions, One Provider

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Turrito Networks is a Converged Communication provider, delivering MPLS networks, hosting facilities, dedicated internet and cloud computing services.