Looking back, and forward
IT insider Doug Batchelor looks back at his career, and considers what the future may hold.
What a job
Cathy Smith knew things wouldn’t be easy when she joined the corruption-linked SAP Africa.
Up for the challenges
Leaving behind his dreams of becoming a criminal lawyer, Darren Roos’ ambitions led to the post of CEO of global ERP vendor IFS.
All about the business, and the people
AfriSam’s Louise van der Bank is the very model of a modern CIO. For her, technology is never an end in itself, but a way to help the business realise its strategy and survive the lean times.
A calculated risk
Cisco SA’s Cathy Smith believes in striding out of your comfort zone, in style.
Face it or fail
Disruptive technology is here to stay – it’s time to tread into the unknown.
Why projects fail
Despite their incredible value for business, why do IT projects tend to crumble or fall short of their objectives?
Cashless in SA
It’s as much about empowerment as it is about convenience.
Separating the women from the boys
For years, women have been lacing up their gloves and preparing their game faces to take on the boys in male-dominated industries. They’ve painstakingly proven time and time again that anything men can do, women can do…better.
Women wielding tech
Women’s Month is about more than celebrating achievements by women; it’s about inspiring the next generation to step up and take on technology.
Adding the feminine touch
When Zanele Nyoka speaks about her job at South African Breweries, you begin to think that everyone who runs an IT department ought to have a degree in psychology.