Only by building risk intelligent organisations will leaders be able to overcome six distinct global threats that we have identified. Leaders at the highest levels of the private and public sectors must embrace an enterprise-wide culture of integrated risk management to secure their future.
The adoption of key technologies in the South African communication, media and technology (CMT) space, can unlock R182 billion in value for the industry, consumers and society at large by 2026, we found in recent study.
With the cloud services market expected to grow at a rate of 28% over the next five years to top R23 billion by 2023, South African companies have finally woken up to its potential. Providing some of the impetus behind this is the local availability of Microsoft Azure data centres.
The effective next-generation digital workplace is not just a traditional workplace enabled by digital technologies. In order to perform as a fully-fledged digital enterprise, organisations need a complete mind-set shift in terms of operations and culture.
In today’s digitally powered business ecosystem, data has become the lifeblood of every forward-thinking, successful enterprise. More specifically, data analytics (the key information gleaned from volumes of data) is now the primary weaponry that enables business leaders to outsmart their competition. And in such a highly disruptive, cutthroat business sphere, every bit of smart weaponry counts!
AfricaCom 2015 took place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from 17 - 19 November 2015. AfricaCom is Africa’s largest communications conference...
Approximately 25-30% of accountants’ time is taken up searching for documents. However, the old adage that ‘time is money’ is more relevant today than ever before. One area where most companies can quickly lower operational and financial cost, risk and optimise efficiency is by switching to an integrated, cloud-native, document management platform which automates data storage, distribution and document management.
One of the biggest challenges when it comes to managing and applying software licenses is that there are many variations available, depending on the solution businesses opt for. License rules also change regularly as vendors adapt to new technology, phase out old technology or update their solutions.
For many enterprises, their siloed, traditional Supply Chain Management (SCM) systems are proving to be their Achilles’ heel when trying to operate in unprecedented circumstances, preventing business continuity and resilience.