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eLearning Africa 2015 calls leaders to "leapfrog the shackles of convention"
eLearning Africa 2015 calls leaders to "leapfrog the shackles of convention"

eLearning Africa will celebrate its tenth anniversary next month in Addis Ababa with a typically diverse and challenging agenda focusing on how technology and learning are changing the African continent...

24 Apr 2015 13:40

Is your website UX ready?
Is your website UX ready?

On 21 April Google launched a new mobile-friendly algorithm that rewards websites that are fully optimised for mobile with higher rankings in search results.

24 Apr 2015 07:07

The art of successful IT recruitment
The art of successful IT recruitment

Art and science, they're polar opposites and don't exist on the same continuum. Well, that's what we've been taught to believe. But what if I told you that wasn't true? That art and science, specifically technology and IT, actually share commonalities that if taken into account, make for highly successful personnel placements.

By Lara Green 23 Apr 2015 14:28

Mitchell Barker
Fibre optic broadband boosts businesses

Fibre optic broadband is one of the most significant advances and improvements in broadband technology. It gives users, both business and personal, far higher download and upload speeds than traditional fixed-line broadband, is far more reliable, and ensures that what a business or individual can do online is practically limitless.

By Mitchell Barker 22 Apr 2015 14:17

V&A Waterfront and OPEN open co-working hub at Watershed
V&A Waterfront and OPEN open co-working hub at Watershed

Last week marked the launch of the V&A Waterfront and OPEN's Workshop17, an innovation and co-working hub at the V&A Waterfront; a space dedicated to enabling and showcasing solutions for Africa; a co-working hub for people to work, meet and accelerate ideas for positive social and economic impact.

20 Apr 2015 10:00

Aaron Thornton
Three security issues to consider when using public Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi is almost everywhere nowadays. Coffee shops, libraries and even airports have installed hot spots to feed the growing demand for ubiquitous Wi-Fi. While convenient to use, there are hidden security risks you should know about.

By Aaron Thornton 20 Apr 2015 07:01