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Business demands ways of unlocking trapped value

Business demands ways of unlocking trapped value

by KABELO MAKWANE THINK about a typical South African business and you’ll likely be thinking about a company where everything, or nearly everything, remains insourced. From HR to ...

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The (r)evolution of the smartphone:  from feature phone to intelligent device

The (r)evolution of the smartphone:  from feature phone to intelligent device

by Akhram Mohamed  MOBILE devices have come a long way since the days of the brick cellphone, so-called because of its massive battery, which the phone needed so that it would hav ...

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ICT investment, partnership key to fuelling Africa’s digital growth

ICT investment, partnership key to fuelling Africa’s digital growth

By LI PENG President: Huawei Southern Africa Region RAPID advancements in information communications technologies (ICT) over the past 20 years have substantially altered the ways ...

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Form vs function:How design aesthetics have evolved in mobile phones

Form vs function:How design aesthetics have evolved in mobile phones

by AKHRAM MOHAMED WHEN cellphones first entered the market in the 1980s, it was obvious that form had been sacrificed on the altar of function. There was nothing remotely aestheti ...

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Improving Healthcare Outcomes with Artificial Intelligence

Improving Healthcare Outcomes with Artificial Intelligence

by JENNIFER ESPOSITO  PREDICTIVE analytics can save lives. Healthcare has always come with the fine balance of prioritising care and allocating scarce resources. Providers are fac ...

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SA SMEs face fines of up to R300m for poor customer data management processes

SA SMEs face fines of up to R300m for poor customer data management processes

by TRACY BOLTON  On 25 May this year, a new piece of legislation comes into effect in Europe that could have severe consequences for non-compliant South African businesses. The Ge ...

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Tomorrow’s smart cities will need equally smart utilities

Tomorrow’s smart cities will need equally smart utilities

By HANNES VENTER  SUSTAINABLE energy consumption and 'green' energy production at home is becoming a new lifestyle. Today's hyperconnected consumer expects a reduced environmental ...

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Digital money set to disrupt the banking industry

Digital money set to disrupt the banking industry

By Christine Rodrigues NATOSHI Nakamoto – the creator of bitcoin – had a vision for the new age of commerce and that vision is being realised at a rapid pace as with all financial ...

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No slave to the machine

No slave to the machine

By PAIGE DOS SANTOS  "A fundamental risk to the existence of human civilisation," says Elon Musk. "Potentially the worst event in the history of our civilisation," says Stephen Ha ...

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South Africa has the Third Most Cybercrime Victims Worldwide

South Africa has the Third Most Cybercrime Victims Worldwide

by STEPHEN DAVIES IT’S true that cybercrime is a worldwide problem, but recent research has shown that South Africa has the third most cybercrime victims of any country. It’s cert ...

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