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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... 

Virtual reality technologies gaining traction in South African mining sector

By: Ilan Solomons     13th November 2015 The use of virtual reality (VR) technologies in the South African mining industry has grown considerably over the last year, particularly on the back of the University of Pretoria (UP) opening its R50-million Kumba Iron Ore Virtual Reality Centre for Mine Design. Local software developer NxGN CEO... 

No business immune to the impact of digitisation

By: Natasha Odendaal     9th June 2015 Digitally ready or not, it is time for companies to evolve to remain relevant to their customers as digitisation moves out of a technology realm and into a business imperative. A three-city panel debate spearheaded by Telkom Business saw participants unpack the inevitability of “digital” – driven... 

The ‘third platform’ could revolutionise MEA’s economies

     30th April 2015 By Anish Kanaran, Channel Director for Epicor in the Middle East, Africa & India There are a new generation of technologies emerging in business that promise greater levels of responsiveness and agility than ever before. Each of them has the potential to provide companies with the tools to offer... 

User Experience is Critical to the Adoption of New Technology

     6th February 2015 By Johani Marais, Channel Manager Africa, Epicor Software Corporation Did you notice that your eagerly awaited new smartphone didn't come with a manual? You simply picked it up and immediately began using its features with delight, making it one of the most important work tools at your disposal... 

User Experience is Critical to the Adoption of New Technology

     8th December 2014 Did you notice that your eagerly awaited new smartphone didn't come with a manual? You simply picked it up and immediately began using its features with delight, making it one of the most important work tools at your disposal and something you simply can't survive without. This is the way that... 

User Experience is Critical to the Adoption of New Technology

     2nd December 2014 Did you notice that your eagerly awaited new smartphone didn't come with a manual? You simply picked it up and immediately began using its features with delight, making it one of the most important work tools at your disposal and something you simply can't survive without. This is the way that... 

Measuring the return from a typical working week – Accsys

     5th August 2014 The question of how many hours a person should work per week, while covered by the Basic Conditions of Employment legislation, is more of a subjective issue. In practice, it is often down to a matter of passion, of feeling valued and recognised, and ofmental approach which determines the hours... 

Wheatbelt Bee And Wasp Networks May Signal Global Change

     18th June 2014 Social networking is a buzz phrase right now, but a young researcher at The University of Western Australia is more interested in bee and wasp networks in the wheatbelt – and one offshoot of his work will be a greater knowledge of the native pollinators and pest-controllers operating in farming... 

Broadband as the ‘fourth utility’

By: Schalk Burger     28th March 2014 Broadband communications, and the services and information enabled by this, are becoming so entrenched in society that its use can increasingly be likened to other utility services, such as water and electricity, says networking giant Cisco South Africa MD Alpheus Mangale. The first annual Cisco... 

BYOD Policies are Changing as Mobility Becomes a Critical Factor in Organisational Efficiency and Profitability

     28th February 2014 In a recent Chief Information Officers survey  conducted in Middle East, India and Africa, when asked what will be the 'next big thing' that will impact the role of the CIO the resounding answer was mobility. Not only does mobility drive efficiencies, it also causes a major shift in IT structures... 

T-Systems acquires Intervate as it seeks to boost growth in new market segments 

By: Schalk Burger     21st February 2014 Deutsche Telekom information technology (IT) business T-Systems South Africa acquired local enterprise information management (EIM) specialist company Intervate to boost its growth in new market segments and its capabilities in various IT areas, says T-Systems South Africa Systems Integration VP... 

Technology in travel and hospitality how Integr8 is leading from the front

     4th February 2014 The travel/ tourism and hospitality industries are considered to be amongst the most active in so far as the adoption and application of ICT is concerned. The obvious system evolution that underpins the vast majority of processes and procedures that define operations in these industries is... 

Network innovation needed as user demands evolve

By: Natasha Odendaal     22nd November 2012 The global telecommunications industry had reached an inflection point where voice has become “noise” and data has become the main commodity, communications group Ericsson chief technology officer Ulf Ewaldsson said this week. With voice accounting for an estimated 20% of traffic on the... 

Company Announcement: CloSoMo – the next Big Thing

     31st August 2012 Embracing the big three disruptive technologies – cloud, social media and mobile – in an integrated fashion is the way forward-thinking business should approach them, says Zensar 

Company Announcement:Cell C Launches New BlackBerry Service Plans

     22nd June 2012 Cell C today announced two new BlackBerry service plans to give customers more choice of data plans tailored to their needs and pockets 

‘Internet economy’ seen growing at 8% a year

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th May 2012 Next year is seen as the start of a tipping point for the Internet as consumers gain confidence and experience in its use, a new study by World Wide Worx has found. World Wide Worx MD Arthur Goldstuck said that, since 2008, South Africa has seen a sustained increase in the growth rate of the... 

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