Last chance to have your say on Home Affairs' modernisation plan
Only three days left to comment on the DHA's White Paper, which seeks to make the department fully digitised.
Did the app kill email?
Although email is not as productive as some other tools available, it does seem it may be here to stay, in conjunction with new solutions.
Making business easier
What if you could automate much of the stuff that takes up too much of your time? BPM is here for just that.
What's the big (data) idea?
Intelligent Process Automation sounds like some fancy, made-up term from a science fiction movie, but it is actually revolutionary.
The bots are coming!
If the headlines are to be believed, robots are coming for your job. Or are they?
Zunaid Mayet's tumultuous tenure at EOH
Despite his best efforts, EOH's share price continues its freefall. ITWeb recently spoke to Mayet about this optimistic vision that never was.
Open source: Just another buzzword?
Open source software is increasingly present in our lives, several decades later, and we don't always realise it.
Tech is shaping your shopping
The use of technology in retailing is no longer just about going online. Retailers are monitoring your spend - but (mostly) so they can serve you better.
Cutting out the plague
Overworked doctors may soon find some help via the growing trend towards eHealth solutions.
Has OSS finally come into its own?
We are using open source software without realising it, and now the business case for enterprise seems to be here.
Connecting our worlds
The Internet of Things is connecting everything, saving time and money, but at what security cost?