Flexible working could add R17bn to economy

If South African knowledge workers fully utilised flexible working, it would be possible to add an extra R17-billion per year to the South African economy through the more productive use of available working hours – the equivalent of 0,4% of the GDP.

Prepare for more disruption

Prepare for more disruption

Just as companies have adjusted to the now well-established wave of digital intermediaries – think Netflix, Expedia, Amazon – they must prepare for what comes next.

How long do threats go unnoticed?

Although financial services organisation are well aware that they are the targets of serious and advanced security threats, they struggle to identify attacks once they are inside their network. This is according to a new Ponemon Institute Survey, sponsored by Arbor...

Strong outlook for m-health in Africa

The Middle East and Africa (MEA) healthcare market is seeing the widespread deployment of mobile technologies, with the short-term outlook for the implementation of mobility within this space looking particularly strong. A recently published report from IDC Health...

FNB named as top corporate bank again

First National Bank (FNB) has been voted as South Africa’s top corporate bank in the business category in the 2015 Sunday Times Top Brand Survey. The winning brands are voted for by consumers and business decision-makers who rank them as being the best in their...