Driving ethics and environmental sustainability

Globalisation, social media and the Internet have given birth to active citizenry where unethical and non eco-friendly corporate practices are widely criticised in very public forums, often with a resultant boycott by consumers.  Despite regulatory frameworks and the...

How to prepare for – and survive – late payments

Late payments, bad debt and unexpected expenses are just some reasons why small businesses run into cash flow problems, which can impact their sustainability and profitability. By Charles Pittaway, MD of Sage Pay A recent study by Sage – ‘Late Payments: The Domino...

The channel must thrive, not just survive

To tackle the big technological issues that society is facing, innovation is key. Vendors can provide the tools for innovation, but it’s partners who are going to offer the solutions which revolutionise our world. By Riaan Graham, director: sales for sub-Saharan...

Is your small business losing valuable time?

What could your business achieve with an extra 31 hours of productive time each week?  By Pieter Bensch executive vice-president: Africa & Middle East at Sage Spend more time cultivating customer relationships? Develop new products and services? Investigate new...

Availability: why it’s a vital tool for any CSP

At the back end of 2017, every publication or news outlet with an interest in technology published their ‘biggest’ and ‘best of’ lists. Included were things like innovations, software solutions and games. As well as, of course, hacks. Claude Schuck, regional manager...

Home security the killer app for IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been a buzzword in the industry for a number of years now, but it has yet to see the “killer app” that’s going to take it to the next level. Smart home security may well be that killer app. By Simon Campbell-Young All sorts of home...

Where are the Americans?

 Why will there be no American driver on the Formula One grid in 2018? By Graham Duxbury Historically, American-born drivers have fared particularly well “on the other side of the pond”. Two of them have lifted the sport’s ultimate prize – the F1 world drivers’...

Insurance goes mobile 

Over the last decade, enhancements in mobile technologies have changed the game for insurance businesses. Mobile apps have paved the way for ‘on-demand’ insurance and are growing in popularity thanks to their simplicity and convenience.  By Simon Campbell-Young, CEO...

The changing face of Formula One

 Formula One fans were delighted when the 2017 cars appeared with wider tyres, bigger wings and a return to the classic looks of bygone years. By Graham Duxbury But now, the time-honoured open-cockpit layout that F1 cars have featured for the last 67 years, disappears...

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