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Newsletter from the CEO’s desk

Newsletter from the CEO’s desk

What a journey Quarphix has been. It all started in 2001 when 4 IT students at Midrand University (now Pearson Institute) got together to establish a Web Development company. Google had started 3 years prior...

support August 23, 2021

Artificial Intelligence: the impact on business operations

As we’ve established through the existence of Quarphix and the services that we offer clients, technology provides businesses with virtual support, analysis of (critical) data, and the generation of valuable commercial insights. For example: human...

support August 4, 2021

What is edge computing?

Data is the essence of modern business, and it provides important educational insight. It also allows for real-time management of fundamental business operations. As a result, many companies are overwhelmed with mountains of data to...

support July 7, 2021
Quarphix Blanket Drive

Quarphix Blanket Drive

Sharing warmth with Quarphix. We are almost 2 years into the pandemic, 3rd wave, stage 4 and potentially back to Level 5 lockdown. But enough bad news already because the only number that matters now...

support June 23, 2021
What is digitally extended reality technology?

What is digitally extended reality technology?

What is digitally extended reality technology? Think for a moment about the concept of reality. What is real, and what is not? Digitally enabled reality provides fascinating answers to business and society at large. In...

support June 1, 2021
Big Data and Augmented Analytics

Big Data and Augmented Analytics

Big data contains an extensive variety of analytics and data-gathering methods. It is data management, often with an aim to draw out and understand business insights, but it’s all about volume. Fundamentally, it refers to...

support May 19, 2021
Blended Learning: The Future of Learning

Blended Learning: The Future of Learning

Learning was once a limited two-way street. The process involved a brick-and-mortar institution, and a teacher with whom to only collaborate with in-person. Plus, the stationery and coursework had to be lugged around. The introduction...