Free global WiFi to revolutionise Internet access in Africa
As companies race to launch free worldwide WiFi, these projects are expected to solve global Internet access challenges, says trends analyst Dion Chang.
SA must get ready for the rise of hybrid jobs
Hybridisation is the next workforce frontier, as companies seek professionals with specialised cross-industry skills to spur innovation, says trends analyst Dion Chang.
Brands should be excited, and afraid, of the new-gen consumer
For marketers pondering who they should be trying to sell to, Dion Chang, the founder of Flux Trends, has the answer.
Global policy to spur 2019 digital innovation trends
Implementation of global government policies will stimulate developments in passenger drone services, facial recognition systems and biodegradable products.
The analytics economy and the rise of data literacy
Visual analytics provides the key to unlock powerful insights for better-informed decisions, and this journey will be explored at the Southern Africa Qlik Summit on 9 July.
Retail disruptors take risks on technology: report
Retail disruptors realise that technology is a strategic enabler for business and not just a cost to be managed, says a survey by Retail Systems Research.
Archer Digital introduces chatbot for contact centres
The cloud-based application enables contact centres to offer clients live two-way conversations via SMS, Facebook Messenger, Twitter and e-mail.
The disruptive forces changing the business world
Dion Chang, from Flux Trends, will be presenting at ITWeb's Inaugural Industry Tech Update 2017 in October.
Dion Chang offers innovation masterclass for businesses
This aims to help companies anticipate the disruptive forces emerging in their industry and incorporate skills to deal with them.
Where are Veeam's products going?
The company is going from supporting hundreds of?virtual machines?to tens of thousands of virtual machines.
Millennials embracing workplace digital shift
Millennials believe the concept of employees working from their desk will become defunct in the future, says a Sage study.