The Facebook generation
Consumers are becoming increasingly identity-focused. Corporations will have to keep up to remain relevant – both as suppliers and employers.
Global trends driving adoption of SaaS and cloud computing mean good things for local SMEs. Lots of good things. How to choose is probably going to be the only problem.
A R40 million IT overhaul
BAE Systems and Think IT have just completed a total overhaul of BAE’s IT systems. Here’s why.
Stuck at the starting gate
The global mobile broadband market is currently a battlefield between two competing technologies: LTE and WiMax. But in SA, the question is moot.
Standardisation doors open for Africa
Developing countries must grow from being users of technologies to being active in setting global standards.
Yes we can?
Some commentators believe SA can compete globally, while others believe more needs to be done.
GLOBAL CAPABILITY. PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY.
Verizon Business is one of the operating units within multinational communications giant, Verizon Communications Inc.
A GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS LEADER
Verizon Business forms one of the operating units of US-based multinational communications concern, Verizon Communications Inc.
Frugal and global: how IBM saved money
As former CIO of IBM, Brian Truskowski had to get creative about saving his company’s money. Technology helped.
So what’s the problem?
South Africans do not see the environment as a significant global threat, according to the International Survey on Global Attitudes recently published by the Pew Research Centre in the United States.
Global education, global youth
In a globalised world, are our educational institutions sufficiently preparing young people for the future? Jake Hoffman has for the last year been attending the Mahindra United World College of India, which aims to develop critical consciousness and create graduates who are agents of change.
Voice of the future
A young South African entrepreneur, Dr Sunette Pienaar, has joined 245 leading young executives, public figures and intellectuals as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader for 2008.
Not in my backyard, thank you
One of the problems with the Kyoto Protocol is that developed countries sniff out regions with less stringent environmental requirements, and export their pollution.