Taking on the cellular Goliaths
Telkom seems to be getting its ship right and is one of the few state companies that successfully plays in the private sector space.
You're on mute
After more than a year of working from home, Zoom fatigue is ripe. But colleague engagement tools aren’t really helping.
Travel like lockdown never happened
Apps offer South Africans the opportunity to expand their horizons without getting on a plane.
Although technology has made working from home a reality during the Covid-19 lockdown, it also means there is much less distinction between work and our personal lives.
In my driverless car
Self-driving cars will become a reality, which will have an impact on everything, from driver’s licences to property prices.
Covid-19: Tech fights back
Although lots of tech and innovative thinking is being thrown at Covid-19, none of this is being done in a synchronised way.
Clamping down on Fakebook
Facebook has no choice but to address fake news, especially after recent revelations.
The state of p(l)ay with social grants
The Post Office stands ready to solve the dilemma of putting billions of rands into the hands of South Africa’s welfare recipients – and only time will tell if it can pull this off.
Did the app kill email?
Although email is not as productive as some other tools available, it does seem it may be here to stay, in conjunction with new solutions.
Making business easier
What if you could automate much of the stuff that takes up too much of your time? BPM is here for just that.
What's the big (data) idea?
Intelligent Process Automation sounds like some fancy, made-up term from a science fiction movie, but it is actually revolutionary.
The bots are coming!
If the headlines are to be believed, robots are coming for your job. Or are they?
Moving beyond cash
The key to financial inclusion is technology, and many fintech companies are taking advantage of the gap banks have left.