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Trends and technologies that will impact in 2019
Trends and technologies that will impact in 2019

In literally what feels like the blink of an eye, we're closing the books on 2018 and gearing up for what promises to be an incredible 2019...

By Brendan McAravey 12 minutes ago

Are we making ourselves more vulnerable to cyber attacks in the workplace?
Are we making ourselves more vulnerable to cyber attacks in the workplace?

Some organisations still feel that by digitising their businesses, they will be exposing themselves to cyber threats...

By Brendan McAravey 3 days ago

Smart cities. Is it wise to get smarter?
Smart cities. Is it wise to get smarter?

We are in an era of intelligent and urgent urban innovation...

By Simon McCullough 13 Dec 2018

5 productivity hacks for entrepreneurs in 2019
5 productivity hacks for entrepreneurs in 2019

It's that time of year where, in between the mad dash to wrap up work before the holidays, many business leaders and decision-makers look back at their organisation's performance...

By Sacha Matulovich 13 Dec 2018

Packed venue as Heavy Chef announced their top 5 most exciting startups in South Africa.
Heavy Chef names top 5 most exciting startups for 2018

Heavy Chef has named its top five most exciting startups for 2018 and asked each one how they plan to change the world...

By Juanita Pienaar 12 Dec 2018

6 tips to prevent online fraud from sinking your business
6 tips to prevent online fraud from sinking your business

The success of the recent Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend is testament to the opportunity offered by digital commerce. But local entrepreneurs should not underestimate the threat of online fraud...

By Brendon Williamson 12 Dec 2018

#RecruitmentFocus: Recruiters must embrace technology to stay relevant, says Giraffe CEO
#RecruitmentFocus: Recruiters must embrace technology to stay relevant, says Giraffe CEO

Founded in 2015, high-volume recruitment tech startup Giraffe has since attracted over 500,000 South African jobseekers to its platform...

By Sindy Peters 12 Dec 2018

Insight 2019: South Africa's digital prospects start to shine
Insight 2019: South Africa's digital prospects start to shine

South Africa is awaiting the arrival of not one but three international data centres, each representing a major hyperscale provider...

By Doug Woolley 11 Dec 2018

#StartupStory: Meet Bunkr, your fuel wallet
#StartupStory: Meet Bunkr, your fuel wallet

The world, in general, is going through a fuel revolution...

By Evan-Lee Courie 10 Dec 2018

A sneak peek into AI's weird, wacky and wonderful consumer insights
A sneak peek into AI's weird, wacky and wonderful consumer insights

Did you know that viewers of the American fantasy drama television series, Game of Thrones, are highly likely to be the same people who purchase sex toys online, particularly on a Monday?...

By Vian Chinner 7 Dec 2018

Data - the key piece in the digital transformation puzzle
Data - the key piece in the digital transformation puzzle

The world is in the grips of digital transformation, as organisations of all shapes and sizes adopt or explore digital technologies and strategies...

By Johan Scheepers 7 Dec 2018

SA businesses gains access to key global platforms in 2018
SA businesses gains access to key global platforms in 2018

While 2018 has certainly been a seesaw year for South African businesses, there have been significant developments on the IT and connectivity front...

By Brian Timperley 7 Dec 2018

TechCrunching the African Startup Battlefield with Mike Butcher
TechCrunching the African Startup Battlefield with Mike Butcher

As a writer, editor, interviewer, moderator and columnist in the tech media world, Mike Butcher covers everything - from the smallest tech startups to the largest tech giants...

By Evan-Lee Courie 7 Dec 2018

Hey Jude gets your to-do list done
Hey Jude gets your to-do list done

Marcus Smith, founder and head architect of Hey Jude Technology, chats to Eugene Yiga about outsourcing to-do lists with his innovative app.

By Eugene Yiga 6 Dec 2018

The burning platform for data security and compliance
The burning platform for data security and compliance

"We have connected all of our lives - personal, professional and national - to the internet. That's where the bad guys will go because that's where our lives are, our money, our secrets"...

By Gavin Meyer 5 Dec 2018

IT incidents - where do they come from and what do they mean?
IT incidents - where do they come from and what do they mean?

Incidents happen, even if a business's IT functions like a well-oiled machine...

By Edward Carbutt 5 Dec 2018

Unlocking the commercial value of open source software
Unlocking the commercial value of open source software

Open source software is a powerful springboard for innovation and collaboration...

By Simon McCullough 30 Nov 2018

The impact of 4IR technology advancement on the engineering sector
The impact of 4IR technology advancement on the engineering sector

We are living in a connected society with technology changing the world around us, making it smarter, more autonomous and increasingly data-rich...

By Aadil Patel 29 Nov 2018

#StartJLM: The roadmap to the fully autonomous vehicle
#StartJLM: The roadmap to the fully autonomous vehicle

As part of Start JLM 2018, Nimrod Dor, director APAC & Africa: Mobileye Aftermarket Division, provided an overview about Mobileye and its roadmap towards the autonomous vehicle...

By Jessica Tennant 28 Nov 2018

#NewCampaign: Vodacom #SummerGigs
#NewCampaign: Vodacom #SummerGigs

Vodacom launched this year's instalment of its summer campaign at the Soweto Derby last month, marking the company's biggest digital-led campaign to date...

By Jessica Tennant 27 Nov 2018

Adding threat intelligence to the security mix
Adding threat intelligence to the security mix

Today's threat landscape is so complex and fast-paced, it is impossible to prevent every threat or attack...

By Simon Campbell-Young 26 Nov 2018

Privacy vs Profit: Will 2019 be the year of consumer paranoia?
Privacy vs Profit: Will 2019 be the year of consumer paranoia?

On the surface of our tech-dependent lives, all appears to be wonderfully beneficial and benign...

By Colin Thornton 26 Nov 2018

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Everything you need to know about the great digital TV migration of 2019

Jacques Bentley from Skyworth writes about what the overdue digital migration means for South Africans...

By Jacques Bentley 26 Nov 2018

Cloud services dominate 2018
Cloud services dominate 2018

Even though many organisations have discussed migrating to the cloud for the past several years, 2018 has seen a significant push towards these services...

By Karl Reed 23 Nov 2018

#EntrepreneurMonth: Ozone does it all - from email hosting to product distribution
#EntrepreneurMonth: Ozone does it all - from email hosting to product distribution

Ozone Information Technology Distribution is a channel technology company. But what makes the company stand out is the women - it's an IT company populated by women...

By Evan-Lee Courie 23 Nov 2018

Why privacy and security matter
Why privacy and security matter

The 2018 Data Threat Report from Thales and 451 Research found that only 13% of organisations will not be impacted by privacy regulations...

By Jayson O’Reilly 23 Nov 2018

#StartJLM: Reinventing healthcare... it's not as technological as you might think
#StartJLM: Reinventing healthcare... it's not as technological as you might think

On the opening day of Start JLM 2018, Saul Singer, co-author of Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle provided context into the local startup ecosystem, focusing on healthcare, the associated challenges and what he believes is the solution...

By Jessica Tennant 22 Nov 2018

#StartJLM: The rise of the startup nation
#StartJLM: The rise of the startup nation

Jerusalem has seen an influx of entrepreneurs emerge over the past six years, especially in medical and biotechnology... Here, an overview of the local entrepreneurial ecosystem and the 'rockstars' building the startup nation that is Israel...

By Jessica Tennant 22 Nov 2018

"Build, move fast and break things" - Waze co-founder Uri Levine
"Build, move fast and break things" - Waze co-founder Uri Levine

Uri Levine, serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Waze, spoke about disrupting inefficient markets and improving under-functioning services by focusing on solving big problems, at a breakfast event hosted by BusinessLive...

By Jessica Tennant 20 Nov 2018

End-of-year checklist for businesses, big and small
End-of-year checklist for businesses, big and small

Do not miss out on this great opportunity to tie up loose ends - and lay the groundwork for a prosperous 2019...

By Morné Stoltz 19 Nov 2018

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