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SA start-up, AURA, on what it takes to go global

AURA, South Africa’s leading security and medical response platform, recently announced its expansion into Kenya, followed closely by a move into the UK where it aims to have over 10,000 users receiving the company’s service within seven months. Later this year, the start-up will look...


Forsters LLP chooses NetDocuments for cloud-based document management

Forsters LLP, a leading UK law firm, deployed NetDocuments as part of its ambition to move more of its services to the cloud, enabling the organisation’s 400+ staff to securely access and work on documents from any location and device. NetDocuments, a leading secure multi-tenant cloud-based...


Cloud optimisation helps businesses create agility and boost resilience

The top-line initiative for businesses using cloud computing in 2021 is cloud optimisation. By doing this, tech leaders can reallocate wasted spend and achieve more success within their set budgets. J.J. Kardwell, CEO of bootstrapped cloud computing company, Constant, believes optimising cloud...


How businesses are optimising the everywhere workplace

Employers must prepare for the everywhere workplace to keep businesses running smoothly. Helen Masters, VP of International Sales, Ivanti, explains how companies need to optimise IT to enhance remote working and to satisfy their employees expectations of the technology they use at work. Remote...


Microsoft to work with 13 start-ups using AI to help UK’s health sectors

Thirteen companies which are helping the UK’s healthcare, manufacturing and resource sectors recover from the impact of COVID-19 have been chosen to join Microsoft’s AI for Social Impact 2021 programme. As part of the programme, which is managed in partnership...


Breathe research reveals insights into company culture

Breathe, a HR software provider for SMEs, has revealed the cost of poor company culture: a staggering £20.2 billion per year. The report, ‘The Culture Economy 2021’, revealed that almost a third (27%) of SME employees quit their job due to poor workplace culture, an increase of...


The importance of data science literacy in 21st century business

Data science is increasingly important for businesses which want to grow and drive new revenue streams. Boris Paillard, CEO, at Le Wagon, a coding school based out of 43 cities in 25 countries, explains how data science literacy is equally important. Over the last several years, data science has...


The Governor of the Capital Governorate opens Batelco Business Centre

His Excellency Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa, Governor of the Capital Governorate, officially opened Batelco’s first Business Centre at The Avenues Mall in the presence of a number of Batelco’s executive management. This is in line with Batelco’s strategic direction...


Global pandemic accelerates Digital Transformation in South Africa, study finds

Dell Technologies has announced findings from its ‘Digital Transformation Index 2020’ report for South Africa. The study highlights that organisations are accelerating their Digital Transformation programmes and are on the path to fast-track technology implementation to drive...


Survey reveals SMEs spend over an hour on admin each week

Breathe, an HR software provider for SMEs, has announced the findings of its survey into the business impact of time spent on administrative tasks. The research polled 375 Senior Decision Makers (SDMs) at UK SMEs and found that, on average, an hour (62 minutes) is spent on admin each week. This...


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