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Get the competitive edge with data analytics

Customers want to be treated as individuals. With the use of analytics, insurers can build a portrait of each individual further enabling them to make better decisions based on the data, says Kelly Preston of SilverBridge.

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Technology: Disrupting the way we work and play

In today’s world, the adage ‘disrupt or die’ holds true, and executives can ill afford to not be focused on forging their business path ahead, applying technology to ensure they remain relevant and competitive.

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Preventing intrusion in age of blockchain, IoT

Next-generation technology calls for next-generation security. Another exciting – although not that new – technology has emerged to answer this need: The blockchain.

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POPI compliance: Asking the right questions

POPI compliance: a customer (Responsible Party) is required to ensure that Personal Information of an end customer (data subject) is collected for a specific purpose and used only for that purpose. Are you ready?

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Workplace 2020

Why sustainable business still matters

It matters: businesses are urged to take their sustainability efforts further, ensuring that they are communicated effectively, in order to encourage other businesses to follow suit.

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Devil is in the detail: National Minimum Wage

It is vital that employers consider making the requisite representations to the National Minimum Wage Commission on an annual basis regarding any proposed adjustments to the NMW.

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Sustainability

Go green - and make your car battery last

The green thing to do with a car battery is to get as much life out of it as possible and decrease the overall amount of batteries that you are going to need in your lifetime. Here's how . . .

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Africa’s energy production value chain potential

According to Greenpeace, there could be around 7.6 million jobs in Africa by 2020 in the renewable energy sector, growing to about 10 million by 2030.

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Security & Legal

Preventing intrusion in age of blockchain, IoT

Next-generation technology calls for next-generation security. Another exciting – although not that new – technology has emerged to answer this need: The blockchain.

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Phishing: Users still being reeled in

MWR reviewed 100 recent phishd simulated attack campaigns, targeting almost a million individual users, which reveal that social media is the most effective lure to entice users to click a link in an email. Read on for results and safety tips . . .

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IT Service Management

Get the competitive edge with data analytics

Customers want to be treated as individuals. With the use of analytics, insurers can build a portrait of each individual further enabling them to make better decisions based on the data, says Kelly Preston of SilverBridge.

Read More

POPI compliance: Asking the right questions

POPI compliance: a customer (Responsible Party) is required to ensure that Personal Information of an end customer (data subject) is collected for a specific purpose and used only for that purpose. Are you ready?

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IBM partners get access to VMware

,By being the first to market with channel partners and VMware, IBM is enabling organisations to scale and create new business opportunities while making the most of their existing IT investments in a hybrid cloud environment.'

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IBM takes partners into the digital world

“I’m the first Chief Digital Officer that IBM has had in 105 years,” says Bob Lord . “And, contrary to belief, I wasn’t appointed to spruce up the company website.”

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Innovation

Technology: Disrupting the way we work and play

In today’s world, the adage ‘disrupt or die’ holds true, and executives can ill afford to not be focused on forging their business path ahead, applying technology to ensure they remain relevant and competitive.

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Technology and the revolution of usefulness

The take-out from the Uber tale is that customers are spoiled for choice when it comes to products. People don’t need cars in new-fangled colours or shapes, but now want better service and utility.

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