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...

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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...

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Peter Davidson
Top free Android apps

[Peter Davidson] Navigating the Android app market can be daunting, unless you know exactly what apps you are looking for. Searching for a particular type of app can sometimes yield hundreds of results, without you knowing which ones might be better than others.

Posted 1 year ago | Like
Dr Pieter Streicher
Stopping information overload in its tracks

[Dr Pieter Streicher] It used to be said that the only certain things in life are death and taxes. I think most of us can add a third to that list: too much information. We are constantly connected, constantly reachable, and it becomes very difficult and time-consuming to filter the important, need-to-know information from the deluge of advertising and cat videos.

Posted 1 year ago | Like
Mitchell Barker
SA's LLU caught in a continuous loop

[Mitchell Barker] Despite claims to the contrary by the country's Department of Communications (DoC), broadband penetration in South Africa remains extremely low, which is hindering the country's socio-economic growth. The DoC is being questioned about figures it released as fact in February this year, stating that it had reached its 7% target of broadband penetration growth per year.

Posted 1 year ago | Like
Tim Wyatt-Gunning
Is what I e-see what I e-get?

[Tim Wyatt-Gunning] Many of you will have been gorging yourselves on e-commerce services for a while, downloading all the music, movies, TV series and news services that you desire. A few of you might even have paid for some of them. It's brilliant, isn't it?

Posted 1 year ago | Like (1)
Karl Reed
A new era dawns for IPA

[Karl Reed] Full Interaction Process Automation (IPA) has long been a dream of enterprises everywhere, but until now, the 'rip and replace' factor has stood in the way of achieving it.

Posted 1 year ago | Like
Jed Hewson
What the Kings of Cloud have in common

[Jed Hewson] If you were to ask a roomful of IT professionals what the cloud is, and whether businesses should move some (or all) of their processes to the cloud - you are likely to get a diverse range of answers.

Posted 1 year ago | Like
Rihana Hoosain
Technology advancements allow small business growth

[Rihana Hoosain] A common cause of business failure is overinvestment in fixed assets; the high costs associated with purchasing, setting up and managing infrastructure, hardware and software can be daunting and detrimental to the cash required to fund the growth of the business.

Posted 1 year ago | Like
Paddy Hartdegen
Google + now open to everyone

Google + now open to everyone[Paddy Hartdegen] Google +, the social networking platform aimed at competing with Facebook has been opened to everyone after the company dropped its "invitation only" restrictions.

Posted 3 years ago | Like