Investing in your employees makes strategic business sense by Suhaifa Naidoo11 February 2013 0 Comments
When business owners strategize about the growth of their company, matters such as new business, mergers and acquisitions are often highlighted and staff investments are repeatedly overlooked. During a tough economy the last thing a business owner would want to fork out for is training programs but this might be the one thing that will increase finances and productivity within the business.
e-Books set to dominate as low-cost readers hit the market by Wesley Lynch08 January 2013 0 Comments
Three years after the Kindle first became available in South Africa (and two years after the birth of the iPad),consumption of digital content still hasn’t hit its stride locally. Given the exciting functional advances of mobile e-readers, this seems odd. What is the hold-up?
Real-World IT Qualifications by Wesley Lynch26 September 2012 0 Comments
For many years the ICT skills shortage has confounded the industry, media, tech academies and government. With no clear progress in resolving it, IT departments continue having to over-outsource or pay exorbitant rates to obtain critical skills.
5 tips to optimise your social ranking for potential employers by Suhaifa Naidoo04 September 2012 0 Comments
Social networks have made personal lives public. Choosing to be a part of a social network allows for you to be scrutinized; which was once reserved for the famous. Scrutiny however does not only stop with your friends and ex partners, people are now being socially examined by potential employers as well.
Van Schaik eBooks Conference by Simon Bestbier11 July 2012 0 Comments
This year’s Van Schaik eBook conference was held on the 10 May 2012 at the incredible La Bella Vita Wine Estate in Paarl. The topic for the day was ‘eTextbooks: Tools of change for the digital migrant teaching the digital native.’