Public sector skills: vision needed
Government needs to build up skills for its own needs as well as the country’s. That won’t be easy.
Wooing the customer just got harder
Customer expectations are changing, and a lot of companies are being caught short.
Legal requirements push ILM
New laws in South Africa will compel companies to manage their data properly. But there’s almost no guidance on how to proceed.
On the spot: Data centres
Your business can’t operate without it, but you’ve not updated it since ’79. Problem? Perhaps.
A relatively unknown outfit is rapidly becoming one of the biggest web businesses in South Africa.
The accidental CEO?
Was Pinky Moholi’s unexpected return to Telkom last year the precursor for her stepping into the CEO’s position? It would certainly make sense.
Advertising gets social
While Bafana Bafana flexes its football muscle on the field, many of the big brands have shifted the primetime advertising battlefield to the social media space.
Bridging the great divide
Who would have thought technology would enable us to bank the unbanked?
A real recovery?
Although the economy is showing signs of improving, not all parts of it will benefit equally.
Piping it in
You can’t talk virtualisation without talking cloud. And you can’t talk cloud without hitting the bandwidth and hosting discussion.
Getting the balance right
Angus MacRobert has climbed back on the horse after his recent forced sabbatical.
The new face(s) of computing
If Microsoft is going to be relevant to the next generation of computer users, who better to pay attention to than the leading expert on how the next generation is using social networks?