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Agile, but slow to release?

Many companies invest in implementing agility at the development phase, but don't add the same level of automation and intelligence to getting those releases into production.


Data privacy can mean jail time for CEOs

While POPIA is imminent, the extent of its efficacy is still unclear.


Why service matters

Every single department within a business has an impact on sales through their interactions with customers.


Collaboration is key to NHI success

Greater collaboration is required between all healthcare service providers in SA, specifically in the laboratory environment, for the NHI to work properly, says Martin Wilkinson, Director of Product Introduction, Strategy and User Adoption at InterSystems.

13 Jan

Trash the tape

The 3-2-1 rule of backup still applies, it’s the storage medium that’s changing.


From paper to Parmesan

When you think of a consumables supplier, you think about ink and paper, possibly even stationery supplies. What doesn’t come to mind is cheese.


Threat modelling: the new normal

Threat modelling is gaining adoption as a proactive defensive measure that is helping organisations protect their systems against cyber attacks, says Jarrod Mouton, Cloud Architect at BUI.

Dec 12, 2019

Career resolutions for 2020

As the end of 2019 approaches, it’s a good time to evaluate where you are personally and professionally to identify areas for growth.


Printing sector trends for 2020

Advanced technologies are becoming more entrenched in the print industry, with automation, collaboration, analytics and consolidation set to become next year's major influences, says Bernice Hynard, Managing Director of Printacom.

Nov 26, 2019

A domain by any other name

The last few letters of an Internet address say so much about the owner of the Web site.

Nov 26, 2019

Technology’s role in fleet safety management

Data analytics helps fleet owners to overcome challenges like fuel theft and driver behaviour, so they can improve both their fleet and employees' performance, says Mark Taylor, CEO of Nashua.


Know your business to survive

A big technology shift is going to come along and change print as we know it in the next five to 10 years, says OKI.