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MakeReign wins their first gold Loerie Award for technical innovation
MakeReign wins their first gold Loerie Award for technical innovationArticle

MakeReign was recognised with its first gold at this year's Loerie Awards, whilst picking up a total of four awards overall...

Issued by MakeReign 23 Nov 2020

Poorly implemented tech leads to enforcement investigations at 40% of global companies - report
Poorly implemented tech leads to enforcement investigations at 40% of global companies - reportArticle

A landmark survey of more than 1,500 compliance leaders around the world, including in Africa, has revealed major risks associated with digitalisation, with 41% of those surveyed admitting their organisation has already experienced enforcement investigations...

20 Nov 2020

Hangar49 and DotModus collaborate to drive powerful marketing engagements via the cloud
Hangar49 and DotModus collaborate to drive powerful marketing engagements via the cloudArticle

DotModus has appointed Hangar49 as its inbound marketing technology partner for its work in South Africa and the UK...

Issued by dotmodus 18 Nov 2020

Tanya Long, COO, Argility Technology Group
Trust is retail's secret sauceArticle

Building trust has always been critical in retail, but in the digital age, its importance has doubled. Technology and human judgement hold the key...

Tanya Long 17 Nov 2020

Data monitoring solutions are required for timely decision-making
Data monitoring solutions are required for timely decision-makingArticle

A successful business needs accurate data on its customers, products, and markets. Many companies recognise the importance of data in developing and preparing business strategies...

Craig Lebrau, Issued by Lebrau Press 9 Nov 2020

AI is a crucial tool to help all businesses thrive
AI is a crucial tool to help all businesses thriveArticle

Machine learning and artificial intelligence has been sold as an expensive supercar, an occasional toy for the wealthy to flaunt their fortune. That's a lie. Artificial intelligence is more like a bakkie: a tool that can help most businesses and adaptable enough to suit a wide variety of needs...

9 Nov 2020

The forced industrial revolution: Part 1 - The precipice
The forced industrial revolution: Part 1 - The precipiceArticle

We can either be on the precipice of significant change, innovation and changing the prospects of future generations for good or, more frighteningly, on the precipice of obsolescence...

Issued by Axiz 5 Nov 2020

New research: Huge ICT entry-level job demand for 2021
New research: Huge ICT entry-level job demand for 2021Article

A recently released survey by Harambee Youth Employment forecasts that 66,000 jobs will be in demand in digital and ICT in the next year, two-thirds of which are entry-level roles. Here are the specific jobs that will be sought-after...

4 Nov 2020

Cybersecurity: What new challenges are on the horizon in 2021
Cybersecurity: What new challenges are on the horizon in 2021Article

In a world where figuring out what will happen today is all but impossible, it's hard to say what the future holds. There are, however, a few things that are abundantly clear...

Fermin Serna 3 Nov 2020

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Why the time is right to leverage the power of influenceArticle

Tracy Jones, MD: Positive Dialogue shares her expertise on why the time is right to leverage the power of influence...

Tracy Jones 30 Oct 2020

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Mass personalisation - A targeting paradoxArticle

Isla Prentis, head of Tirisano Consulting at The MediaShopon comments on the topic of personalisation in marketing...

Isla Prentis 29 Oct 2020

#SUSASummit: Can AI transform the way we use energy?
#SUSASummit: Can AI transform the way we use energy?Article

These are the highlights of Dr Mark Nasila's talk at the SingularityU South Africa 2020 Summit...

26 Oct 2020

Darrel Orsmond, financial services industry head, SAP Africa
Four ways banks can win the customer affinity battleArticle

The confluence of economic pressures, the impact of the pandemic and the changing consumer habits brought by the experience economy trend is forcing banks to reimagine how they deliver products and services to customers...

Darrel Orsmond 21 Oct 2020

Data-driven agriculture can solve the challenge of food security in Africa
Data-driven agriculture can solve the challenge of food security in AfricaArticle

While many farmers still rely on traditional techniques to coax a living from the land, there are opportunities to use cutting-edge technology to drive Africa towards a food-secure future...

Amrote Abdella 21 Oct 2020

Vivienne Ming, co-founder and executive chair at Socos Labs.
#SUSASummit: Vivienne Ming says "AI makes better humans"Article

These are the highlights of Vivienne Ming's talk at the SingularityU South Africa 2020 Summit...

20 Oct 2020

Ross Sibbald, commercial; manager, Striata
How insurers can build on their customer communicationArticle

When South Africa went into lockdown, companies went into communication overdrive. Insurers were no exception...

Ross Sibbald 19 Oct 2020

Free legal help for South Africans
Free legal help for South AfricansArticle

LUMA and Praekelt.com have co-created a chatbot that makes legal help available and accessible to all South Africans...

Issued by Praekelt 19 Oct 2020

The race against economic inequality within emerging markets - a case for SMEs
The race against economic inequality within emerging markets - a case for SMEsArticle

One of the great challenges of the 21st Century is the need to reduce poverty levels and economic inequality globally...

Soromfe Uzomah 16 Oct 2020

Getting the most out of Machine Learning
Getting the most out of Machine LearningArticle

From a concept considered to be an excessive and unnecessary spend just a few short years ago, Machine Learning (ML) has grown to have a significant impact not only on people's daily lives, but also on the ability of enterprise IT to innovate...

12 Oct 2020

Your network is your net worth
Your network is your net worthArticle

During the age of social distancing, ironically, it's connectivity that keeps us tethered to the real world - tethered to information, communication, employment and a host of other social and economic needs...

Issued by Axiz 9 Oct 2020

Enterprises should follow these five vital steps to cloud success
Enterprises should follow these five vital steps to cloud successArticle

We can all agree that Covid-19 created an unprecedented wake-up call, and organisations everywhere have had a very powerful and direct reminder of the importance of systems resilience, agility, adaptability and scalability...

Jigyasa Singh 7 Oct 2020

Eric Croeser, Industry X managing director, Accenture
Pursuing a Triple Zero futureArticle

The mining industry has envisioned a new future where business, human and environmental interests are not competing priorities, but complementary strengths: a Triple Zero future of zero harm, zero loss, and zero waste...

Eric Croeser 7 Oct 2020

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What Covid-19 taught us about going back to basics with customer communicationArticle

Brent Haumann, managing director, Striata Africa, discusses what separated the great communicators from the average and poor ones...

Brent Haumann 7 Oct 2020

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Brand reinvention in the age of digital disruptionArticle

Eclipse Communications' head of design, Shamesh Padayachy discusses several trends that brands need to consider to increase their visibility to attract and retain clients and improve online ranking against their competitors...

Shamesh Padayachy 1 Oct 2020

Who is responsible? AI vs corporate governance and SA law
Who is responsible? AI vs corporate governance and SA lawArticle

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more popular and powerful. Its application is gaining preference in everyday used processes and operations. It uses algorithms that require less human monitoring and supervision. This brings into question the issue of responsibilities and accountability for such decisions...

Russel Mulamula and Dr Simo Lushaba 1 Oct 2020

How proptech innovation is boosting the local property market
How proptech innovation is boosting the local property marketArticle

Fintech specialist e4 has noted the substantial impact of proptech-driven innovation on the global real estate industry and South African markets...

30 Sep 2020

POPIA in the age of AI
POPIA in the age of AIArticle

The artificial intelligence (AI) market is predicted to reach revenues of $156 billion by the end of 2020...

28 Sep 2020

New CEO appointed to map out AfriGIS growth path
New CEO appointed to map out AfriGIS growth pathArticle

The board of directors of AfriGIS have announced the appointment of Hein Badenhorst who assumes the position of chief executive officer of South Africa's geospatial information science leader...

Issued by AfriGIS 21 Sep 2020

How is the pandemic affecting global fintech? N'Gunu Tiny explains
How is the pandemic affecting global fintech? N'Gunu Tiny explainsArticle

N'Gunu Tiny, founder and executive chairman of the Emerald Group, is an expert in fintech, blockchain and innovative tech...

Issued by Monetary Library 16 Sep 2020

Ipsos launches its new creative assessment solution - Creative|Spark on Ipsos.Digital Platform in South Africa
Ipsos launches its new creative assessment solution - Creative|Spark on Ipsos.Digital Platform in South AfricaArticle

Ipsos announces the launch of Creative|Spark, its new online solution to evaluate video creative in South Africa, which enables faster, better creative decisions to deliver business impact...

Issued by Ipsos 15 Sep 2020

SEZ's role in the interaction of AI with humans and nation states
SEZ's role in the interaction of AI with humans and nation statesArticle

Many thinkers, experts and science fiction writers have put pen to paper to speculate about the dystopian life that may arise from Artificial Intelligence (AI) becoming too "intelligent."...

Monde Mawasha 14 Sep 2020

OrCam brings revolutionary artificial vision devices to South Africa
OrCam brings revolutionary artificial vision devices to South AfricaArticle

A voice-activated, wearable device the size of a finger, OrCam's MyEye enables the blind or visually impaired to read, perform daily activities, and live more independently...

Gillian Klawansky, Issued by Orcam 11 Sep 2020

Registrations open for Explore Data Science Academy's 2021 learnership intake
Registrations open for Explore Data Science Academy's 2021 learnership intakeArticle

Registrations are now open for Explore Data Science Academy's (EDSA) 2021 intake of its 12-month fully-sponsored data science learnerships, starting 11 January 2021...

10 Sep 2020

5 tech trends that will strengthen your bottom line
5 tech trends that will strengthen your bottom lineArticle

It is not only technological enhancements in companies' production that can make the bottom line better...

4 Sep 2020

5 reasons why leading payments solution provider, Thumbzup, chooses Azure
5 reasons why leading payments solution provider, Thumbzup, chooses AzureArticle

Microsoft ISV partner, Thumbzup, unpacks the benefits of Azure when building and deploying software solutions...

Issued by First Distribution 2 Sep 2020

Covid-19's impact on logistics is creating ripple effects in other industries
Covid-19's impact on logistics is creating ripple effects in other industriesArticle

Supply chains are under increasing pressure as the free movement of goods become more restricted due to lockdown measures implemented by governments around the world...

1 Sep 2020

Time to upgrade your ERP solutions?
Time to upgrade your ERP solutions?Article

For too long, enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions have included inferior native dashboards that offer few of the benefits of true business intelligence...

Mich Martins 27 Aug 2020

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Saving SA journalism: Opportunities in AI developmentArticle

Lerato Mokheti, a freelance journalist and communications consultant explores how investing in quality content and diversifying revenue streams are key elements in news media businesses' long term success...

Lerato Mokhethi 25 Aug 2020

New proptech startup Averly takes rental applications online
New proptech startup Averly takes rental applications onlineArticle

Zabeth Venter and her team at Averly, a new South African startup aimed at positively impacting the rental space, was just about ready to launch when the national lockdown was announced...

25 Aug 2020

Local eateries going digital now at risk of cybercrime
Local eateries going digital now at risk of cybercrimeArticle

With many restaurants having implemented online ordering and new digital payment systems in a bid to survive the lockdown, they also face new cyber risks...

Doros Hadjizenonos 24 Aug 2020

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The story of content marketingArticle

It's always been about making sure your investment is working hard, writes New Media's CEO, Aileen Lamb. In this game, you need to be able to prove what you've created has had a real commercial impact on your client's bottom line - now more so than ever...

Aileen Lamb 18 Aug 2020

Boris Dzhingarov
Shedding light on your company's dark dataArticle

We all know there are mountains after mountains of data out there - generating it is what our beloved Internet does, along with our smartphones and other connected devices...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 18 Aug 2020

#WomensMonth: Prof. Nelishia Pillay of UP believes women in IT and STEM need to be showcased more
#WomensMonth: Prof. Nelishia Pillay of UP believes women in IT and STEM need to be showcased moreArticle

Professor Nelishia Pillay is the Head of the Department of Computer Science in the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology at the University of Pretoria...

Evan-Lee Courie 17 Aug 2020

Programme helps grow female-owned tech businesses
Programme helps grow female-owned tech businessesArticle

Wits University's Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct kicks off its inaugural Ya Basadi in 4IR programme...

14 Aug 2020

Digital is more than just a slice of tech
Digital is more than just a slice of techArticle

Digital has become so commonplace as a term that it has almost lost its value...

13 Aug 2020

The time is now to maximise the value of the cloud
The time is now to maximise the value of the cloudArticle

Many enterprise efforts to adopt and scale to cloud have stalled. Some organisations got stuck in an experimental mindset without a sense of where their cloud journey was headed...

Sekete Maphopha 13 Aug 2020

SU set to offer DeepMind postgraduate scholarships to underrepresented groups
SU set to offer DeepMind postgraduate scholarships to underrepresented groupsArticle

Stellenbosch University (SU) is the first African university to be awarded scholarships by DeepMind, a London-based organisation focused on artificial intelligence research and its application in the real world...

11 Aug 2020

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Stop spreading the newsArticle

Kim Furman, Synthesis marketing manager writes that fake news might be an old-world problem but there are new world solutions to tackle it...

Kim Furman 11 Aug 2020

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