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The Reinvention of the Hybrid Organisation According to BCX

Organisations are standing at the top of a slippery slope. On the left-hand side is the shale that will slide them right back down into old ways of working, engaging with employees and office dynamics. It’s very easy to...

South Africa: Uber to charge late passengers extra

There has been a lot of controversies in South Africa surrounding the e-hailing taxi service, Uber, in 2017. The majority of which have come from violent clashes between Uber drivers and drivers who work for metered taxi companies. This forced...

IT News Africa: Top stories of the week

This week in tech saw a number of developments across the African continent and the world. In South Africa, two fintech companies have joined forces and according to them, will be looking to change the fintech payment space. In Nigeria,...

Top 10 African countries with the fastest download speeds listed

Internet penetration is growing in Africa and more people use the internet for various reasons such as work, school, accessing information as well as, more recently, streaming video content such as YouTube, Netflix, Showmax, and more. New streaming video...

6 things you didn’t know you could do with Google

Google is the world’s largest search engine with over 3.5 billion searches per day. There is however features which many of Google’s users are still failing to take advantage of. Jumia Travel reveals the 6 things you didn’t know you...

Cyber-crime: How it makes criminals filthy rich

During Kaspersky Lab’s annual Security Analysis Summit held in Budapest, Hungary, the Enterprise and Online security experts focussed on cyber-criminals and where their riches come from – often at very low risk to the perpetrators. Stefan Tanase, Senior Security Researcher...

Enough Spying- Time for Internet Bill of Rights

Widely regarded as the creator of the World Wide Web, online pioneer Tim Berners-Lee recently called for the creation of an Internet Magna Carta. The call has been spurred on by Edward Snowden's recent NSA leaks. According to the latest...

Has Africa joined the Bitcoin frenzy?

Money, as the old saying goes- makes the world go around. The concept of presenting something of value in exchange for goods and services dates back thousands of years, but since physical notes and coins began circulating in most...

Tech start-ups are a threat to established businesses – Gartner

Gartner’s annual Symposium and ITXpo is currently underway in Cape Town, South Africa. Vice President of Gartner Research, Peter Sondergaard, offered insight into future trends, details on the symposium itself and what businesses can expect as far as issues like broadband and the...

In Pictures: Africa at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup

On the third day of Microsoft’s Imagine Cup in St. Petersburg, Russia, competitor offerings will be scrutinised by judges who will physically test each submission. Yesterday saw the individual teams presenting their games, apps and programs to judges – but that only made...
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How Are Smart Contracts Transforming Financial Transactions?

In the dynamic landscape of financial technology, smart contracts emerge as a transformative force. These self-executing contracts, with terms...
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