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Generative AI: A dream come true for overworked sales reps

Closing deals isn't easy. There's a lot involved in the process. Sales reps' responsibilities include tasks ranging from qualifying leads through cold calls and emails to meeting stringent sales targets. Some of these tasks demand their attention and energy,...

Cisco Sheds Light on South African Organisations’ AI Adoption Journey

11% of organizations in South Africa are fully prepared to deploy and leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered technologies, according to Cisco’s inaugural AI Readiness Index. This is in line with global trends, with 14% of respondents globally considering their organizations...

Ajala Hosts Webinar on Artificial Intelligence and African Enterprises

Ajala, a leading provider of speech technologies for African languages, is pleased to announce the third event in their “Artificial Intelligence & African Enterprises” series, focusing on Delivering Economic and Operational Gains. The series examines the landscape of Artificial...

Register to Attend AJALA’s Artificial Intelligence and African Enterprises Webinar

Continuing the Artificial Intelligence & African enterprises series, ajala is pleased to invite you to attend the third session on Delivering Economic and Operational Gains set to take place on March 23, 2021, at 11:00 AM (WAT).   The AI & African...

Top 5 Most Trending Stories – Week in Review

As this week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers. From the commencement of parts of the POPI Act, the launch of the Huawei MatePad T8 and the introduction of...

Apple apologises after Siri privacy concerns

Apple addressed consumer concerns over non-apple employees gaining access and listening to Siri recordings in a statement released on Thursday, 28 August 2019. In the statement, the technology company says it only uses Siri data to improve Siri -...

Facebook accepts $5 billion fine over privacy violations

Social media giant, Facebook, has agreed to pay a record $5 billion fine — the biggest fine ever imposed over users’ privacy. The settlement announced on Wednesday, 24 July 2019, is said to resolve the US Federal Trade Commission’s...

40% of people would ditch social media to guarantee data privacy, study says

Fears surrounding protecting digital privacy have made consumers more anxious about the use and distribution of their personal information on the Internet. And a recent report by Kaspersky Lab called ‘The true value of digital privacy: are consumers selling...

Vodacom enters cyber security partnership with BlackFog

Vodacom Business announced that it has partnered with BlackFog in order to provide cybersecurity and privacy solutions it's more than 43 million Vodacom customers. With 2017 research reporting that over 95 per cent of African businesses are operating below what...

Will the PoPI Act and GDPR see your storage costs triple?

Data privacy and security is a major focus for businesses, particularly with the imminent rollout of the Protection of Personal Information (PoPI) Act in South Africa (SA) and the recent implementation of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the...
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Bolt Unveils New Safety Enhancements in South Africa

Bolt is introducing a rider verification function that allows its South African customers to self-verify. As part of this in-app...
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