Alison Job

Tough economic climate drives automation

Automation may not be the panacea to SA’s economic woes, but it can help enterprises stay in business, says Micro Focus South Africa.


Human capital in the 4IR

Is your business all about the customer experience but neglecting the employee experience?


Monitoring using alarm state vs avalanche of events

The key to implementing effective monitoring notifications is using configuration management database related alarm states and continuously repeating events.


How green is my data?

There are many misconceptions around printing being bad for the environment, says Nashua.


What are the options for school leavers?

Options abound and include finding a job, enrolling at a university or for a workplace apprenticeship, applying for a learnership programme or being an entrepreneur.

Jul 12, 2019

Is your data in a lake or a swamp?

Enterprises need to be able to process structured and unstructured data in order to make valid business decisions.

Jul 12, 2019

Hackers target SMEs too

This is because SMEs are generally ill-informed about the risks out there, and often don’t have adequate cybersecurity practices in their business.


Electronic signatures make their mark

The adoption of e-signatures is on the rise – and finding their niche in the HR department.

Jul 11, 2019

A digitalised city

Most businesses are already on the journey of digitalising their data. But how about digitalising an entire city?

Jul 8, 2019

True security requires integration and automation

Businesses must integrate and automate their disparate security solutions so they proactively notify the security ecosystem when it’s under attack, says Infoblox.


Digitally disrupting production printing

Nowhere is the impact of digital disruption more apparent than in the production print room.


Can your printer be hacked?

The office printer, copier and scanner has evolved into a multi-purpose device with additional technologies, making it vulnerable to attack.