User experience to the fore in African media
Shifting consumer preferences, advances in technology and ongoing disruption to business models are the new strategic imperative for entertainment and media (E&M) companies is to turn customers into fans.
Water from air for CT
A South African business has ordered Cape Town's first water bottling plant that makes water from just the air.
AI for everyone
Companies are seeing the benefits of machine learning and artificial intelligence, but many are unsure about how to truly leverage these innovations in the tech space, writes WERNER VOGELS, CTO of Amazon.com.
Why wearables make sense in any business
Research shows that businesses spend 86% of their time on data input with employees waiting hours to be have access to that info. SANDRA CROUS, VP for Midmarket Africa & Middle East at Sage, believes that wearable or connected devices will have a dramatic decrease on the time taken for this data to be actionable.
rAge prepares for big 15
As rAge prepares to celebrate 15 years of gaming, technology and gadgets exhibitors and visitors are gearing up for a festival of fun.
Dell delivers on merger promise
An IDC survey revealed that 91% of Dell Technologies customers surveyed worldwide believe Dell and EMC have delivered on the promises made to them ahead of their merger.
VMware expands Security Alliance
At last week’s VMworld 2017 Europe the company expanded its Mobile Security Alliance (MSA) with the addition of new partners and the protection of a variety of new categories.
Internet rise will open SA e-commerce doors
The recent closure of Stuttafords has raised the concern that more companies need to incorporate e-commerce into their business plans in order to keep up with the future, writes VINO GOVENDER, DFA, Executive: Product Innovation and Marketing.
Malware leaves destruction in its cyber wake
According to a recent report, 2017 is shedding light on a new trend – simple, yet highly effective malware families are causing rapid destruction globally.
Volatility the big challenge for SA small business
More than two thirds of South Africa’s small business owners see economic volatility as their biggest challenge, according to research from Xero.