Meeting the challenges of the changing workplace

The nature of work is changing. In a mobile-first, cloud-first world, it’s no longer good enough to provide a one-size-fits-all IT solution to every worker. Kathy Gibson spoke to Gareth Davies, HP Inc and HPE Brand Executive  at Pinnacle, to find out how IT can ensure...

Learn to spot fake ERP in the cloud

Some predictions suggested cloud ERP would only arrive in 2020 or even as late as 2025. But it’s already here and this rapid progress may have caught some vendors napping, particularly in the small-to-medium business (SMB) category, and they may have to surrender to...

Debunking cloud-based enterprise software myths

Enterprise software will increasingly reside in the cloud. In some rare situations, on-premise instances of enterprise software will be desirable – for instance in mining or offshore drilling where business operations are in remote areas and not served by reliable...

Future business solutions will be smart

Over the decades, ERP applications have changed in many ways, yet all that pales to what it’s experiencing today. But what will ERPs look like in 2025? Forget the old, stoic and immovable ERP: future ERPs will be dynamic, smart and follow the user, writes One Channel...

Key trends driving enterprise software innovation in 2019

In South Africa, savvy business leaders are looking to embrace leading edge technology as a way to drive growth and innovation. Importantly, this requires a fresh and brave approach to traditional processes – with investment into new solutions. By Gareth Hawkey, group...

The operational impacts of IFRS 17 on your organisation

Set to reboot the insurance industry, the reconfigured IFRS 17 (International Financial Reporting Standard), issued by the International Accounting Standards Board in May 2017, standardises the measurement and reporting of information relating to insurance contracts....

How SMEs can free up cash flow through invoice discounts

Small business owners who are experiencing cash flow challenges should consider improving efficiencies in their payments collection and processing methods to free up working capital. Vaughan David, CEO of Business Savings and Cash Investments at FNB says that one of...

Learn to adapt to the ever-changing rat race

It has become clear that the technology revolution is driving massive change in the workplace. This has, in turn, led to a rapid pivot in business operations as industries are disrupted and automation becomes a reality across the board. In this, there has been a call...

Data protection and its role in a multi-cloud strategy

For all its benefits, adopting a multi-cloud approach in the digital business landscape does not come without risks. Given the importance of safeguarding data amidst evolving regulatory requirements, companies can ill afford not to integrate data protection in their...

Design a business continuity plan that works

According to research conducted by the Business Continuity Institute in 2019, 71% of organisations activated their response plans at least once over the past year. “This finding is consistent with the previous year’s survey, and indicates just how important it is to...

Pick the right hyperscale cloud partner …

A wave of big data from a slew of ubiquitously networked devices, sensors and the Internet of things, is flooding organisations across the board, and putting pressure on data centres to deliver and perform at their peak. Moreover, the need for instant, ‘from anywhere’...

Industrial Revolution: Where messaging meets agility

The only thing with less impact than a delegate reading a PowerPoint presentation to an audience at a conference is a looping in-store video. Industrial Revolution, a long-time provider of quality IT and related solutions to local business, is set to change the...

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