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Greg Vercellotti
10:20
Jul 17, 2018

IoT: Its moment has come

For years, there has been talk of the wonders of the Internet of Things (IoT). Enabling machines to send and receive data has long been touted as the next big thing, but although it has held a lot of promise, IoT never really seemed to get out of the starting blocks. This seems to be changing. As devices are becoming 'smarter' and cheaper, networks are being configured to handle large quantities of data.

15:40

IOT: I see fields of green, red peppers too

The Internet of things is bridging the gap between companies and consumers.

10:40

Stick or twist

The infrastructure management conundrum: invest in legacy or move to the cloud.

4:10
Dec 12, 2014

Top business trends 2015

Industry experts share their thoughts on the innovations that will impact business in SA next year.

8:50
Sep 18, 2013

Consulting boom in emerging economies

Research sees considerable growth for emerging consulting industries - does local business measure up?

1:50
Jul 10, 2013

SA a favoured offshoring destination

The country's diverse market, first world know-how and a developing country environment makes it ideal for BPO, Dariel Solutions.

5:50
Oct 18, 2012

Taming traders' temptations

Beneath the noise about financial industry scandals, technology shifts trading, brokerage and banking into high gear.

11:50

No end to ICT skills crunch

The shortage starts at school level, but industry is also not doing enough to build SA's future skills base.

10:00
Aug 23, 2010

Public sector skills: vision needed

Government needs to build up skills for its own needs as well as the country's. That won't be easy.

2:10
Mar 3, 2010

SA flag flies high at CeBIT 2010

Seven local companies attend CeBIT 2010 in Germany to market their products and import new technologies to SA.

9:20

Shaking up financial IT

Cloud computing and nimble competitors put pressure on the existing market for IT in financial services.

4:30

Seeing the big picture

Enterprise project management cuts the risk of project failure.