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As load shedding persists and solar gains popularity in South Africa, households are left with the decision of either buying or renting a solution. Solar solutions have taken centre stage in South African homes. The quest for an “always on” lifestyle has propelled consumers into a crucial crossroads: should you rent or buy your solar system?
In the modern era of corporate travel, companies are investing heavily in ensuring the well-being of their employees on the move. From ergonomic travel tools to nutritious meals on the go, the focus has shifted from merely reaching a destination to ensuring the holistic wellbeing of the traveller. But as businesses lean heavily into this trend, a pertinent question emerges: Are we taking it too far?
Meetings have been a part of the business landscape and company calendar for as long as anyone can remember, and indeed have played a valuable role as a forum to communicate, collaborate and innovate. However many, perhaps even most meetings today no longer serve a strategic purpose and have, instead, become reflexive diary entries that contribute little and can, indeed, hurt more than help, a leadership expert.
Choosing a real estate agent is one of the most crucial decisions a seller makes in the home selling process because the right agent can be the key to a smooth, successful transaction, while the wrong one can lead to frustration and missed opportunities.
Cyber security in any industry sector with a reliance on digital is absolutely crucial. These businesses should implement technology that will help them validate their security controls on a continuous basis. How well do your current cybersecurity detection and prevention technologies work? Would knowing help you sleep better at night?
In this digital age, big data is no longer just a trendy term. Businesses of all sizes are pouring resources into big data projects to make smarter decisions, deliver personalised customer experiences, and accelerate innovation.
A recent research study by global data management providers Veaam among 1,200 IT leaders concluded that it was not a question of whether organisations would be targeted by cyberattacks, but how often. Most of the attacks were designed to extract ransomware from the companies, and most companies paid up, thanks to insurance covering just this eventuality.
High interest rates increase the income opportunity of one’s savings and investments. In a volatile economic landscape, the importance of prudent financial planning and savvy saving strategies becomes more critical than ever. When inflation is high, the value of money seems to shift like sand beneath our feet, with a knock-on effect on interest rates and the cost of living.
For those who have just won the Lotto – or in a more likely scenario – are exceptionally good at saving - choosing to buy a home in cash can have its advantages. However, this option also means forgoing tax benefits, and tying up a substantial amount of hard cash in a fixed asset for a long period of time.