The growth of Blackberry use in South Africa by Wesley Lynch30 May 2011 2 Comments
The BlackBerry has become one of the most widely used mobile business and social tools in South Africa today. Thousands of popular bloggers rely on it be able to communicate with their audience 24/7 telling them exactly what they are doing and how exciting their lives are. While hundreds of thousands of business people rely on it to stay on top of their work while on the road.
The Smartphone Revolution is Happening Now by Victoria Gough27 May 2011 0 Comments
This year at the Cape Town Marketing Indaba, held at the CTICC, there were two talks that stood out for me. The first was Graeme Haley from Thumbtribe, who spoke about “the clever and effective uses of mobile marketing”. One of his poignant statements was that Smartphone’s are, “always on, always with us, always connected”.
Awesome Mobile Apps by Suhaifa Naidoo26 May 2011 0 Comments
Of the 4 billion mobile phones in the world, 1.08 billion are smartphones. Based on these stats there is no surprise as to why so many brands are extending their online presence to mobile. The number of companies developing fun and innovating mobile applications are growing daily. The possibilities of what you can develop for mobile are endless and is only limited to your imagination.
iPad Application Development by Jacques Millard25 May 2011 0 Comments
When the iPad launched last year to the type of brouhaha that only Apple can create with the launch of a new product, it was billed as a game changer in the world of mobile communication and portable device management. Everyone, from teenagers to business managers, wanted to own an iPad, and today almost all of them do. For many, the tablet was seen as a gimmick with more novelty value than real-life application value.
What is a CMS & how does it influence web design? by Clint Lynch23 May 2011 0 Comments
CMS stands for content management system and doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the internet. Any form of documenting system can be dubbed a content management system. Recent references to CMS in the world of web design and development however refer to the way in which website owners can easily control and update the content of their site. The concept behind current CMS web design is based on predesigned templates that only need to have content inserted into them. It is then packaged and delivered to the user via the server as a usable website.