The fragmentation of the media and the mind-boggling range of sources of information available to readers, from Wikipedia to Google and the social networks, have conspired to cause publishers of print media to re-evaluate their roles, much as the horse-drawn carriage industry was forced to with the arrival of the internal combustion engine.
By Angela Quintal 27 Jan 2012 14:28
2012 will be a year in which we will be forced to re-evaluate the way we work and the way we convey our clients' messages to the market. Here are my tips and predictions for the months ahead.
By Lisa Dawson Biggs 19 Jan 2012 14:39
Our fast-changing and über-connected world impacts the way in which we work and live and, to stomach the harsh realities of life in 2012, we will all need to learn how to live!
By Gisele Wertheim Aymes 19 Jan 2012 13:55
While the growth in number of websites officially registered worldwide is a tangible proof that the Internet is cruising ahead, it has been established that more problems and challenges are likely to emerge, whether in terms of safety, fraud, ‘squatting', logistics or disputes.
By Issa Sikiti da Silva 9 Mar 2010 05:44
The last quarter of 2009 saw around 11 million new domain names registered worldwide, a sign that the global financial recession did not discourage businesses from registering brand and product names. This is according to Vika Mpisane, GM of .ZA Domain Name Authority (ZADNA), the agency that manages South Africa's Internet space.
8 Mar 2010 07:26
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