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The Fourth Industrial Revolution and knowledge management: early stage conceptualisation

The operating model of organisations will need to be re-evaluated and adjusted within the foreseeable future, says Dr Deonie Botha, Head of Strategy, Sebata Municipal Solutions, a subsidiary of MICROmega Holdings.


The cost of bargain brand toner

Despite the higher price, Xerox genuine toner cartridges turned out to be the economical option in tests done by the Spenser Lab, says Cheryl Otstott, Xerox Social Media Project Manager, Forums and At Your Service Blog.


How your phone use affects your health

Improper posture in the workplace can produce neck pain, shoulder pain, carpal tunnel syndrome and even muscle strains, says Ruan Adlem, business development manager of southern Africa for Jabra, Westcon-Comstor.


Intellectual property: an investment tool

IP is an embryo of true wealth creation, says Greg Morris, Chief Executive Officer of MICROmega Holdings.


Transforming insurance with cloud computing

This has now become an integral part of the long-term business strategy of most insurers, says Patrick Ashton, managing executive of Cirrus, a subsidiary of the SilverBridge Group.


Managing hybrid, multi-cloud environments

EOH allows organisations to manage all their cloud services in one place, says Richard Vester, Group Executive at the Cloud Services division of EOH.


How to print from your iOS or Android phone

Enabling employees to print to their Xerox printer or MFP from their smartphone empowers workers and frees up IT resources, says Brad Allan, worldwide product marketing manager at Xerox. [Local rep: Bytes Document Solutions]


Smart tech in Africa

Without the right devices, connectivity and skills, the people who need these solutions often can't access them, says Dr Deonie Botha, strategic manager: Sebata, a MICROmega Holdings company.


BBD develops IT skills, complies with B-BBEE codes

BBD strives to comply with the updated codes for the B-BBEE IT Charter and live this requirement by embracing highly skilled individuals, says Ana O'Donoghue, executive at BBD.

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