Data protection compliance portal launched for direct marketers

Members of the Direct Marketing Association of SA (DMASA) now have access to a handy online tool-kit that assesses their compliance with the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act in minutes. By clicking on https://dmasacomplianceportal.org/DMASA and answering...

Epson announces GOTS approval for UltraChrome DG inks

As consumers and brands become increasingly conscious of the origins of the clothing and fabrics they purchase, textile manufacturers need to be able to prove their eco credentials. Epson is pleased to confirm that its Ultrachrome DG inks and cotton pre-treatment...

Kyocera urges responsible disposal of toner cartridges

Each year, 375-million used printer cartridges are thrown away with most ending up in landfills or in incinerators. The global e-waste disposal market size is expected to reach $14 200-million by 2025, from $9 680,5-million in 2019. This mountain of waste can be...

Randpark suburb builds its own TownSquare

When you drive through the leafy suburb of Randpark you will maybe notice the community’s parks, people (now) walking their dogs, cyclists and walkers of all ages. You might also notice the impressive entrance to the prestigious Randpark Club, with its two...

Technology delivers results at a fraction of the cost

Whether proactive or reactive, due diligence comes at a cost. The growing risk of fraud, money laundering, terrorist financing, extremism, counterfeiting, political risk and other criminal activities, means that the need for enhanced efforts is more imperative than...

Contact tracing and the data privacy challenge

Recent years have seen a marked shift in the way technology interacts with our data privacy. By Shuman Ghosemajumder, global head of artificial intelligence at F5 Networks As people live and work in an increasingly digital world, they are also becoming more aware of...