Cloud computing has revolutionised the IT space, offering companies of all sizes easy access to technology over their existing networks and allowing many services to be offered on a "pay per use" basis instead of requiring large capital investment. However, moving into the cloud is often not as simple as it seems, and if this move is not done correctly and with the right approach, cloud solution could fail to deliver and negatively impact on an organisation.
11 Dec 2013 11:02
The internet is one of the best and most cost-effective tools for your small business; why not use it to save your business money and time as well as working smarter and more effectively?
5 Nov 2013 14:57
New technologies based on cloud computing and mobility are making skills development a richer and more engaging experience for both employees and employers.
By Phil Lotter 28 Oct 2013 13:49
Before the birth of the electricity generating industry, any enterprise needing power had to build and run private generators. These were inflexible, inelastic and did not scale easily. In the mid-19th century, centralised generation allowed electricity to be provided as a utility, meaning that consumers only had to pay for what they used.
By President Ntuli 18 Oct 2013 11:17
Using augmented reality (AR), marketers can take the print and physical world and combine it with the digital world, giving both users and brands the capability and ability to increase the levels of interactivity in the buying, selling and sharing process.
29 Jul 2013 09:34
True cloud services are a lot more user-friendly and cost-effective than remote hosted services, but not everyone is getting true cloud.
By Grant Vine 17 Jul 2013 15:57
There is little doubt that opportunity exists in the Cloud services space, considered one of the fastest growing areas of ICT.
By Albie Bester 16 Jul 2013 11:25
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