Archive for April, 2018

Digital Identity: Defining ourselves in a virtual world

April 25, 2018 9:28 am0 comments
SAP Africa’s Head of Innovation and South Africa’s Mars One candidate, Dr Adriana Marais

by ADRIANA MARAIS  WE are bringing information and devices online at an unprecedented rate, raising one of the fundamental questions of our time: how do we represent ourselves in this digital world that we are creating? And more importantly, how do we secure our identity in a digital world? We’ve heard […]

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Hospitality Innovation: an Oxymoron?

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Dr Christine Demen Meier

by Dr CHRISTINE DEMEN-MEIER  INNOVATION. It’s the lifeblood of many industries. But in our industry, hospitality, innovation tends to be incremental rather than radical. That’s not to say there have not been new and innovative practices, but by and large it’s a conservative and traditional industry, which focuses on best […]

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Unlicensed software costs rise dramatically in SA

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Unlicensed software costs rise dramatically in SA

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH African companies paid almost R5,2 million (about 422 000) in damages for using unlicensed software in 2017, up from R3,6 million in the previous year. This is according to data from the BSA | The Software Alliance, the non-profit, global trade association created to advance […]

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