Opinion piece: The ethics of AI: Tool, partner or master?

November 13, 2018 9:46 am9 comments
Sorin Cheran: Technology Strategist at Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise

by SORIN CHERAN HOWEVER, if you live in a modern, connected society, chances are your life is already touched by AI in some way. Whether it be your GPS determines the best route to take home, music app suggesting playlists based on your listening habits, or receiving targeted adverts on […]

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Fact-based decision-making: A must to advance delivery culture at SA organisations

September 28, 2018 5:27 am169 comments
Fact-based decision-making: A must to advance delivery culture at SA organisations

by STEVEN ING DID you know that 50 percent of organisations worldwide don’t have standard processes, process assets and/or job aids? According to the Capability Maturity Model Institute, 42percent have no established planning process, while 41 percent aren’t encouraging employees to build organisational capabilities. Studies have shown that organisations do their […]

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Cybercrime a major challenge for Kenya businesses

September 21, 2018 6:50 am17 comments
Riaan Badenhorst, the General Manager at Kaspersky Lab Africa

CYBER-SECURITY is still a major issue for business in East Africa’s biggest economy. In fact, according to Africa’s Cybersecurity report, the cost of cyber-attacks in Kenya is approximately US$210 million with the most vulnerable being SMEs and particularly those in the financial services sector. In addition, there is a huge talent gap that […]

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