Phishing for the weakest link
It’s one thing to hear about someone falling for a spear phishing attack, but it’s another thing to see it happen on a screen in front of you.
Disingenuous dealings in digital
While many businesses want to invest in digital and online media campaigns, a sense of mystery shrouds many of the inner machinations behind implementing them.
Press print for a certificate
City & Guilds awards two million certificates to students around the world every year.
Know thy customer
For Silverstar Casino, self-service BI makes marketing to punters less of a gamble.
Mobile goes rural
At CeBIT 2010 earlier this year, South Africa took centre stage when the Mpumalanga-based Collaboration at Rural project demonstrated bridging the rural community divide, enabling communities to realise the benefits of digital communication. Now the Rustica project has taken up the challenge.
Making clean power while the sun shines
A Southern African logistics group has switched its national hub to solar power, and got computer-friendly backup power for 120 office workers as part of the deal.
Do these fish look fat?
Farmed kabeljou in East London meet up with a web-based, real-time tracking solution.
New technology makes it possible to recover from a corporate data disaster in a few hours. Getting to recovery nirvana is not for everyone, though.
King on subcontractors' trails
New legislation will soon force companies to protect the information their businesses run on, to a far greater extent than in the past.
Getting the clients' say in stereo
A consultant in Johannesburg turns stakeholder meetings into project proposals within hours. He reduces project turn-around time with a digital pen and mind-mapping software.
IT sector recovering
Following the sector’s first-ever real contraction in 2009, IT spend in 2010 is back on the increase, says Gartner.
Eggs in one basket
Fairacres, one of the largest egg producers in the country, has revamped its entire ERP system.
Traditional mapping data for asset tracking, fleet management, business and market intelligence and web services is now being used to combat HIV/Aids.