Lionel Moyal
A 'mobile-first' ethos: the catalyst for business transformation

A 'mobile-first' ethos: the catalyst for business transformation[Lionel Moyal] Organisations in every sector and every country are currently grappling with the concepts of 'digitalisation' and 'digital transformation'...

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Jonas Thulin
Betting the farm on untested tech

Betting the farm on untested tech[Jonas Thulin] While a plethora of new payment solutions are coming to market, businesses should be cautious about moving to new solutions just for the sake of it...

Posted 2 days ago | Like
Francois Swanepoel
Don't make boardroom decisions without inviting the data scientist

Don't make boardroom decisions without inviting the data scientist[Francois Swanepoel] Big Data is fast becoming the biggest buzz phrase in business...

Posted 6 days ago | Like
Jonas Thulin
Why your P@s$word is a fail

Why your P@s$word is a fail[Jonas Thulin] Passwords have become practically useless as the sole security measure protecting your personal information...

Posted 7 days ago | Like
Brendon Williamson
Improve cash flow with easy online billing

Improve cash flow with easy online billing[Brendon Williamson] Electronic invoicing can now allow even the smallest of companies to take payments online - without needing e-commerce capability on their websites...

Posted 7 days ago | Like
Lynette Hundermark
Thoughts from a female leader in the tech industry

Thoughts from a female leader in the tech industry[Lynette Hundermark] The burning question that any female in tech is being asked at the moment is: "How have you managed to cope as a female in tech?"

Posted 9 days ago | Like
Lutz Blaeser
The dangers of a connected world

[Lutz Blaeser] The problem is that the IoT is connecting places that were never originally designed to be connected to the internet...

Posted 19 days ago | Like
Brendan Mc Aravey
How to rethink security to beat tomorrow's threats

How to rethink security to beat tomorrow's threats[Brendan Mc Aravey] The transformation of enterprise IT can seem like one of the biggest challenges for security professionals as there is a whole new skill set required today to protect data. It's no longer about providing employees an all access pass to the network, it's about cohesively managing networking, virtualisation and containerisation technologies to give employees the flexibility to work from anywhere and feel confident their work and personal data are secure and separate...

Posted 20 days ago | Like
Werner Vogels
Cloud computing predictions

Cloud computing predictions[Werner Vogels] In the past 18 months we have seen cloud computing enabling great innovations, both in consumer and enterprise products, as it has become the new normal for organisations of all sizes. Cloud is now the engine room for inventions by young businesses as well as transforming established companies into lean, fast-moving innovators. It is safe to say cloud computing is already having a broad impact...

Posted 20 days ago | Like
Peter Melerud
The Internet of Things is on its way... Brace yourself...

The Internet of Things is on its way... Brace yourself...[Peter Melerud] The scope of the Internet of Things (IoT) is huge. Internet-connected devices are growing exponentially. The number of devices that the typical enterprise worker uses sometimes outnumbers the user 8:1, with the average non-enterprise consumer not far behind. Because of this paradigm, organisations are investing heavily in an effort to leverage IoT and bring new productivity tools and solutions to market...

Posted 21 days ago | Like
Lindsay Britz
Nine tips for successful CRM integration projects

[Lindsay Britz] Because of the complexity of the projects and their impact on all customer-related business processes, CRM integration projects can be very risky...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Bryan Balfe
Disaster recovery: past, present, and future

[Bryan Balfe] It's become almost trite to talk about how the cloud is transformative across a range of IT markets and business functions. Disaster recovery has been around for decades, but typically fallen 'below the line' on many IT departments' priorities lists due to lack of budget, time, or know-how.

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Saurabh Kumar
Protecting the enterprise from evolving cybercrime attacks

[Saurabh Kumar] High-profile cyber-attacks on blue-chip global companies have sent shockwaves around the technology industry. It's clear that threats in the digital era are morphing - becoming ever more sophisticated and destructive...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Aaron Thornton
Three security issues to consider when using public Wi-Fi

[Aaron Thornton] Public Wi-Fi is almost everywhere nowadays - and while it's convenient to use, there are hidden security risks you should know about...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Aaron Thornton
Five ways to keep your mobile devices secure

Five ways to keep your mobile devices secure[Aaron Thornton] It seems like every time you turn on the news lately, there are more stories of companies having their data stolen or corporate networks being hacked into...

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Saurabh Kumar
Bring your own anything

Bring your own anything[Saurabh Kumar] Wearable technology is one of the next great frontiers of innovation. Starting with things like wristbands, watches and glasses, this emerging domain seems set to evolve over the coming years - with a variety of enhanced, connected, wearable items hitting the market.

Posted 7 months ago | Like
Saurabh Kumar
Building a stairway to the cloud

Building a stairway to the cloud[Saurabh Kumar] For many South African firms, making the giant leap to a fully-hosted, fully-outsourced cloud environment is still a daunting idea...

Posted 7 months ago | Like
Saurabh Kumar
5 Hot tech trends for 2015

[Saurabh Kumar] Every year the technology industry debates which technologies will 'breakthrough' in the coming year and become dominant trends that reshape industries and consumer behaviour...

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Saurabh Kumar
Tackling the IT skills crisis in SA

Tackling the IT skills crisis in SA[Saurabh Kumar] Enterprise technology adoption in South Africa is developing at a strong rate...

Posted 3 months ago | Like
Saurabh Kumar
SOA remains critical to business agility and transformation

[Saurabh Kumar] The term service-oriented architecture (SOA) has fallen out of the everyday IT lexicon in recent years and has been replaced by the more on-trend buzzwords of cloud computing, big data, mobile-first, and the social enterprise...

Posted 1 month ago | Like