The world at your fingertips with Office 365

Microsoft Office – already the world’s favourite user productivity application suite – is now packed with more features than ever before. “Not only do users get all the great features and benefits of Office 365, they get them automatically and at no additional cost,”...

Human and virtual worlds to combine in 2019

For companies looking to fully embrace the evolution of customer experience (CX), a delicate balancing act must be achieved between adopting the right technologies and engineering the right business strategies. By Rob Allman, senior vice-president: customer experience...

Security challenges in the multi-cloud

The cloud argument has been settled and there is no doubt on the minds of the CIO and IT in general that the cloud is now just an extension of one’s infrastructure. The current debate on the table is the adoption of a multi- or dispersed-cloud approach –...

Insight 2019: The year of the end-user application

2018 has been a stabilising year for end-user devices. Headlines about declining PC sales and booming smart device shipment numbers were not as frequent. Why? Because end-users are more certain about what they want (a device that makes them more productive) and device...

Despite unemployment, demand for skills soars

The unemployment rate in South Africa rose to 27.5% in the third quarter of 2018, yet the demand for skills remains high – leaving an industry conundrum that is yet to be solved. According to SUSE, partnerships that focus on upskilling graduates and providing...

Is digital transformation making us more vulnerable?

Although some organisations still feel that by digitising their businesses, they will be exposing themselves to cyber threats, on the contrary, one of the biggest benefits that forward-thinking organisations are reaping from their digital transformation initiatives,...