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Three new trends key to businesses’ digital economy survival

By: Creamer Media Reporter      15th August 2017 Artificial intelligence (AI), transparently immersive experiences and digital platforms are the emerging technologies set to dominate the business arena in the next ten years, according to Gartner’s latest Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies report. Key to businesses surviving and thriving in... 

How to survive and thrive from technology disruptions - SAPICS

     9th May 2017 Global industry already employs over a million working robots, and robotic devices perform about 80% of the work in car manufacture. Along with drones, 3-D printing, big data and machine-to-machine communication, these new technologies are transforming the business world – and supply chain... 

Digital platform opens up ‘new collar’ work vista for millions of Africans

By: Schalk Burger     28th April 2017 Digital devices and systems are crucial components of almost all professions and are changing industries and economies worldwide. Familiarity and competence with these technologies are usually the result of education and access to the technologies. Technology multinational IBM’s Digital-Nation... 

Digital platform opens up ‘new collar’ work vista for millions of Africans

By: Schalk Burger     28th April 2017 Digital devices and systems are crucial components of almost all professions and are changing industries and economies worldwide. Familiarity and competence with these technologies are usually the result of education and access to the technologies. Technology multinational IBM’s Digital-Nation... 

Rise of robotics and AI discussed at Davos 2017

     13th February 2017 The hot topic of the rise of robotics and its impact on global workforces was again discussed at the latest Davos WEF this year. As Brexit and the US presidential inauguration emphasized the increased volatility of a world in economic and political flux, leaders have highlighted the pursuit of... 

Joburg ICT lab seen as catalyst for African tech revolution

By: Schalk Burger     30th September 2016 The information technology (IT) company IBM’s second research laboratory in Africa in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, is a “seed for change and a catalyst for the technology revolution” taking place, says IBM Research - Africa director Dr Solomon Assefa. The laboratory is located at the University of... 

Human capital trends changing the business management landscape

By: Anine Kilian     8th September 2016 Amid the increasing use of technologies such as mobile devices, three-dimensional printing, sensors, cognitive computing, and the Internet of Things, which is changing the way companies design, manufacture and deliver almost every product and service, digital disruption and social networking... 

Leadership key to navigating choppy digital transformation waters

By: Schalk Burger     3rd June 2016 Successful digital transformation – the digitisation of enterprises, their revenue models and operating models – requires support and direction from management, say several domestic and international information technology (IT) experts. Research and consultancy firm the International Data... 

Leadership key to navigating choppy digital transformation waters

By: Schalk Burger     3rd June 2016 Successful digital transformation – the digitisation of enterprises, their revenue models and operating models – requires support and direction from management, say several domestic and international information technology (IT) experts. Research and consultancy firm the International Data... 

Johannesburg air quality under research spotlight

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     10th December 2015 A collaboration agreement between the City of Johannesburg, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and IBM Research would see the application of advanced technologies to help the city deliver on its air-quality management plan. Through this agreement, researchers from IBM South... 

IBM’s R700m equity equivalent investment programme kicks off

By: Natasha Odendaal     1st July 2015 The first leg of one of South Africa’s largest equity equivalent investment programmes (EEIP) aimed at bringing a research hub to the nation’s shores along with enterprise and deep skills development was officially implemented on Wednesday. The launch of an enterprise development programme marked... 

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