The Internet of Things (IoT) and related technological advances has moved the goal posts when it comes to telematics.
[Column] Riaan Badenhorst: An evolving digital world places an emphasis on insuring yourself against cyberattacks
Consistent year-on-year growth of Internet users is resulting in increased digital identities and the sharing of more and more personal information online.
South Africa is considered a water-scarce country. This is hardly a surprise for those who live in Cape Town and have endured drought conditions that edged the city towards
Twenty years ago with the release of 802.11b, Wi-Fi began its conquest of the world networking scene in earnest.
Blockchain technology and the role of entrepreneurship in driving Africa’s prosperity in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), were some of the key topics taking centre stage at this year’s World Economic Forum
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve heard business leaders from outside Africa refer to the continent’s enormous potential.
Increased usage of electronic devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones, and also the increase in small and medium businesses, are the major factors driving the growth of the IT asset disposition (ITAD) market.
The global IT asset disposition (ITAD) market size is anticipated to be worth around R330-billion by 2026, this is according to Acumen Research.
The complex and endlessly changing cybercrime market is not the only reason why anyone with a head for analysis and a penchant for problem-solving should consider moving into the cybersecurity career path
[Column] Koketso Lediga: Infrastructure and energy are key to a new economic journey in the Democratic Republic of Congo
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), sub-Saharan Africa’s largest country, is known for being a tough place to do business but also one of unexploited economic potential.
How will infrastructure evolve and provide the sourcing, migration and delivery of services for today’s digital migration?
Across the entire value chain, manufacturing organisations are under constant pressure to innovate products and services.
[Column] Eion Connolly: New technologies that will shape Africa’s business environment in the near future
Africa’s business environment is increasing in global importance by the day. Some predictions state that by 2025, a vast majority of the world’s growth will happen in the new markets that are emerging from corporations in Africa.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Collective action needed to fix Kenya’s wastewater today for a cleaner tomorrow
With manufacturing being one of the pillars of the President’s Big Four Agenda – which aims to increase manufacturing’s contribution to GDP to 15 percent – the country is likely to see the accelerated establishment of new industrial facilities.
Dating back to the seventies, developing countries that are rich in resources have consistently performed poorly in the face of the great potential for wealth and greater living standards that natural resources can bestow on them.
Bob Koigi, multiple award winning journalist and East Africa Region Chief Editor at Africa Business Communities, was recently selected as one of the 100 worldwide most influential people of African descent under 40
[Column] Andrew Sordam: How African businesses can protect themselves against the effects of powerful market forces - Automation is the answer
Discussions around intelligent automation, or autonomous systems, often lead to terms like “Artificial Intelligence (AI),” “machine learning,” “Blockchain” and “Internet of Things (IoT)” being thrown around.
There is a misplaced confidence in existing cybersecurity solutions and the beleaguered IT department that is leaving corporate doors wide open for attack.
Safe food is essential to our health and wellbeing; yet it has emerged as a political football in recent months, as different authorities chase a role in food testing.
Forbes Insights’ analysis of the supply chain industry believes that changes in the supply chain industry are being driven by advancing technology and the so-called ‘Amazon effect’