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Banks' competitors are no longer traditional financial institutions but rather fintech start-ups, technology companies and retailers.
 
Banks' competitors are no longer traditional financial institutions but rather fintech start-ups, technology companies and retailers.
Banks must think like tech companies

For banks to be more competitive, they must be innovative, agile and embrace new technology in the same way as tech companies.

Fuel cell tech lights up Randburg clinic

Hydrogen fuel cell technology will be used as a standby electricity source for a TB clinic in Randburg, Johannesburg.

The Department of Science and Technology explores the use of fuel cell technology as a standby electricity source at Windsor East Clinic.


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Google goes all out to help SA non-profits

Legitimate, local non-profit organisations will receive free access to Google's business tools to help them eliminate IT costs.

Miners look to tech for drastic changes

Innovative technology, such as robotics and drones, can help cut costs in the mining sector, says the IDC.

'Please Call Me' judgement reserved

SA's highest court reserves judgement in Kenneth Nkosana Makate's last-ditch attempt to gain compensation from Vodacom.

Wits prof joins energy-conscious start-up

Wits' dean of engineering joins the board of PowerOptimal, the local start-up that claims it can help end load-shedding.

FNB eWallet sends over R1bn in a month

Money sent through FNB's mobile money solution topped the R1 billion a month mark for the first time in July.

Bezos' company to build, fly rockets

Jeff Bezos' space transportation firm wins incentives to build and fly rockets near NASA's Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.


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Keeping it in the family Mike Wright and Alison Treadaway are the siblings behind the Striata success story.

 

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Lost the war? Proprietary software has called a truce.

 

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Relook, rethink, reboot Vendors have had to Ctrl-Alt-Del to reinvent their relevance.

 

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