If you’re an engineer, the thought of making a major migration might give you pause. Because your primary job is to manage the design and workload for system maintenance and system updates, you tend to hold off on the adoption of … Read More
arly September in Cape Town means one thing, and it’s not the rites of spring. It’s something bigger: the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa, which will draw 1 000-odd business executives, academics, politicians and celebrities from around the world. … Read More
Harare. Zimbabwe. Award winning SAP Gold partner, Khusela Business Intelligence Technologies (KBIT) have set up offices in Zimbabwe which will provide intelligent enterprises by reinventing business through ICT applications. The South Africa based company comes to Zimbabwe following President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s … Read More
An on-board dual camera system from global fleet management vehicle recovery and insurance telematics provider, Cartrack, reduces the costs of managing vehicle fleets, while creating new ways to motivate drivers and improve their on-the-road performance. Historically, commercial drivers within fleets … Read More
SAP Skills for Africa launched its 2018 South Africa programme this week, with four new partners and a refined focus on cloud-based digital skills. Now in its seventh chapter, the job creation initiative was launched in 2015 to alleviate Africa’s unemployment crisis by training … Read More
Art is the only serious thing in the world. And the artist is the only person who is never serious.