Open source technology could open up wide-ranging career opportunities and innovation platforms in SA, says Obsidian.
There's an assumption that "likes" and views actually show measurable results and targets, says Clockwork Media.
Consumers trust information that comes from the relationship they have with a brand, says DigiLab.
Companies have to find new and innovative ways of implementing traditional business models for a digital world, said Red Hat.
Digital is an attractive option as consumers can access music instantly and pay less for it, says PwC.
With printing market figures shrinking, HP looks to ink technology to boost its presence in emerging markets.
Merely deploying the latest and greatest technology is not going to solve security problems, says Arbor Networks.
There aren't enough technologies addressing flashing lights and the visibility of cyclists, says iKubu.
Mobility, BYOD and crime are the biggest drivers of increased surveillance technology adoption, says WD South Africa.
New technologies are forcing distributors to find business differentiators that will positively impact customers' margins, says Rectron.
Organisations should move beyond merely complying with security policies that are put in place, says Mai Moodley, SITA.
Technology, crime and methodology are interlinked, so adopt a wide approach to combatting cyber crime, says SAPS.