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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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Five steps to managing GDPR compliance

Five steps to managing GDPR compliance

By OBED LESEJANE   SOUTH African businesses should care as much about the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as they do about the Protection of Personal In ...

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The future of postal services

The future of postal services

By GILBERT SAGGIA FROM the time the first state-run courier was established by Roman Emperor Augustus in the first century AD, global postal services have slowly evolved: the firs ...

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Disrupt or be disrupted: it’s do-or-die for African telcos in 2018

Disrupt or be disrupted: it’s do-or-die for African telcos in 2018

by MARIAM ABDULLAHI JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -14th February 2018,/ African Press Association (APA) – NO industry will remain undisrupted in 2018 and the years to come. But for A ...

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Disrupt or be disrupted: it’s do-or-die for African telcos in 2018

Disrupt or be disrupted: it’s do-or-die for African telcos in 2018

by MARIAM ABDULLAHI JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -14th February 2018,/ African Press Association (APA) - NO industry will remain undisrupted in 2018 and the years to come. But for A ...

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Snap on the city safety belt

Snap on the city safety belt

by EDWIN DIENDER SMART, secure and evolved – this is the city that can transform the South African economy. The smart city is so much more than cool technology thrust into inanima ...

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The COO dilemma: digitising the supply chain in an exponential world

The COO dilemma: digitising the supply chain in an exponential world

by MEHMOOD KHAN, Chief Operating Officer at SAP Africa JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – 30th January 2018, –/African Press Association (APA) / – CHIEF operating officers (COOs) and su ...

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