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CIOs just don't get it

At a time when visionary leadership is needed, most South African CIOs are stuck between two eras – the industrialisation of yesteryear and the digitalisation of tomorrow. It’s a transition that key IT industry also finds difficult to keep pace with, and there will be blood.

Smart traffic management

Traffic Freeflow streamlines the allocation of pointsmen on SA’s roads and saves time and money with a simple smartphone app.P

Tracking the herds, app-style

Cape Town-based safari company Discover Africa is using a web application built on Google Maps to let travellers track the spectacular wildebeest migration.P

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The power of predictive analytics

The power of predictive analytics

Predictive analytics gives organisations the ability to look into the future. Little wonder, then, that so many CIOs endorse these kinds of solutions for the strategic and competitive advantages they offer.

My other car is your car

My other car is your car

Charlie Miller has hacked your phone, your web browser, and now he’s coming for your car.

Five mindset priorities

Five mindset priorities

IT service management is as much about managing relationships and expectations as it is about what the end-user experiences.

The future is syndicated, integrated, volatile

The future is syndicated, integrated, volatile

Today, the CIO stands at the junction of consumer-driven demand and enterprise capability as endpoints become beginnings and what seems revolutionary today becomes best practice tomorrow.