Headphone technology has transformed the way we work and play

Despite the numerous changes that society has undergone, like swapping traditional office settings for lounges and bedrooms, some things have stayed the same. By Takakiyo Fujita, MD of Sony Middle East and Africa For instance, it’s likely that a pair of...

Make your home cyber safe for children

The Internet Service Providers’ Association of SA (ISPA) says October is the ideal time for parents to turn their attention to making the home a cyber-safe stronghold. This month, countries across the world including South Africa are marking Cybersecurity...

Inspiring digital customer journeys for the travel industry

Now that both international and interprovincial leisure travel is once again permitted under lockdown level 1, most South African travel and tourism businesses have restarted their marketing campaigns. By Selina Bieber, regional director of GoDaddy Given the fierce...

Review your insurance cover with remote working

With millions of people around the globe working from home during the novel coronavirus (Covuid-19) pandemic, many organisations had to delve head-first into online working models, stress testing their effectiveness and adopting new working platforms. With the...

What’s after ADSL for home and SME users?

It’s officially happening: Telkom is discontinuing its copper line based ADSL service, potentially leaving many home and small-to-medium enterprise (SME) users at a loose end. So where should these subscribers go next and why are they cutting the copper cord...

Ponzi and pyramid schemes make investment education essential

In Bundu, a community in rural Mpumalanga previously known as Kwa-Ndebele, economic opportunities are few and far between. As a result, the community is a breeding ground for Ponzi schemes because of the low levels of investment literacy. It is for this reason that...