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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Artificial Intelligence: Age of the thinking machines

Discovery gains control with virtualised storage, new realities for the data centre, and the promise of IoT in Africa.

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Big Brother is watching - and he's here to help

“There is growing interest by retailers to make use of network video surveillance for reasons other than traditional safety and security requirements,” says Roy Alves, Business Development Manager, MEA, Axis Communications.

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Brands get into augmented reality in 2017

For prescient South African brands and businesses, AR and VR applications present a unique way in which to reach their consumers through targeted and relevant activation.

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Swift tests blockchain for cross-border payments

Using blockchain: As part of Swift’s global payments innovation initiative, which seeks to deliver a new standard in cross-border payments, the new PoC was scoped in collaboration with leading correspondent banks.

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Kishugu: Fighting Fires with SAP S/4 HANA

Effective fire management and risk mitigation is a complex affair that requires streamlined, strategic integration between all company processes to ensure that multiple global operations can be managed simply and conveniently, from a single platform.

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Feature Creep: The enemy of digital innovation

Before your innovation team leaves the starting blocks it’s critical to understand what adding too many features does to innovation projects, says Gary Willmott, Co-founder and Managing Partner of Urbian.

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Staying ahead: Why business innovation matters

Truly creative companies foster a culture where employees know that there is no idea too big or small, to make a real difference to the organisation and its customers.

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CA Southern Africa unveils ITMaaS offerings

Every CIO’s nightmare is – how do I manage the IT infrastructure and ensure we deliver world class services that support, and keep pace with, the ever changing demands of the business?

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Spicing up finance with gamified learning

O major South African financial institution has turned to gamification and augmented reality in order to bolster internal training and development programmes - could this be a solution for corporate training?

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