Live Vision eases sharing on the road

The technology boom is changing many aspects of life, from how we socialise and share news through to how we drive. In fact, while the concept of driverless cars is gaining considerable traction relating to their impact for future use, existing technologies are...

Dear Film and Publication Board … free our kids!

The fate of online free speech and digital content hangs in the balance, as the department of communications and the Film and Publications Board (FPB) is attempting to impose restrictions on digital channels. Although the primary mandate of the FPB is to protect...

Safer Internet practices for SMEs

With Safer Internet Day celebrated around the world yesterday, consumers and small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are urged to take the time to ensure that they are managing their cyber risks correctly. This according to Santho Mohapeloa, digital distribution specialist...

The link between big data, fake news and your own narrative

Social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, have become more than just arenas for people to share thoughts and communicate. They have become the go-to portals for accessing the latest news, political reports and entertainment gossip. However, the spreading...

CSPs could maximise their revenues

The competitive landscape for communications service providers (CSPs) is shifting, writes Peter Sinclair, MD: communications, media and technology business at Accenture in South Africa. With barriers to entry collapsing, a new class of digital competitors is...

Millennials, character and an exponential world

Whether you love them or hate them, millennials will become the leadership that drives our society in the digital age, writes Paige dos Santos; digital transformation lead at SAP Africa. As individuals and as a collective, they will wield power that is unprecedented...