Month: January 2013

Build Customer Relationships

The most critical facet to public networking is developing a two-way conversation.

Consumers want more than material on the internet — they want to create an individual relationship. This means it’s no longer enough to force information out to your viewers. ‘Social consumers’ are prepared to communicate with their preferred companies and non-profits.

Google and Twitter Point Finger at Government On ‘Data isolation Day,’

Information Demands Are Getting More Regular, Onerous.

Two of the greatest collectors of customer details invested Data Privacy Day directing the finger at someone else: the U.S. govt.

Twitter and Google identified Data Privacy Day with blogs about their techniques to managing government requests for details for legislative requirements, talking about some Government requests for private details as “invasive” and “overly wide.”

Each User in South Africa will have 1GB per Day by 2020?

Rufus Andrew, MD at Nokia Siemens System SA considers that regional systems will be able to provide one gigabyte per customer per day by 2020.


In a meeting with Summit TV this week, Andrew said that the task for providers will be to provide on need as it develops, and at a cheaper cost.

“One gigabyte per customer per day, that’s where we see the industry going to. By the year 2020, systems should be able to provide that,” the MD said when inquired about development possibilities in SA.

The upcoming 7th sense in 2013

CA Southern African, an IT organization software and solutions company, has released its top four IT forecasts for 2013 – in which it considers that realizing technology will begin to become available in most contemporary cell phone gadgets.


Under the name, “the 7th sense”, CA South African says there will be improved exploitation of the sensing technologies available in most contemporary cell phone gadgets as the “Internet of Things” takes hold.

It forecasts that everything will become brilliant as receptors are included into a wide range of gadgets from the home to those that generate programs that period problems control, wellness care IT, transport systems, smart plants, application handling and more.

Level 3 goes to South Africa

Level 3 Devices, one of the globe’s biggest IP solutions suppliers, is set to release a variety of IP goods and solutions in South Africa. This contains worldwide IP transportation solutions, CDNs, transmitted solutions and MPLS VPN items.

Peter Davies, Stage 3’s master agent for Africa, informed that the business’s first CDN promotions are already stay. Most of the other solutions – such as IP transportation promotions – will be functional by mid-April.

Stock Scarcity Of iPhone 5 Addressed in South Africa

After a shortage, system providers have lastly obtained more stock of the iPhone5.

Vodacom and MTN shops should have stock of the iPhone 5 this current week (ending 26 Jan 2013), with more stock arriving in the coming several weeks, the system providers lately informed MyBroadband.

Offers for South Africa Press Arm Stunted by R1.18 Billion

The Independent News and Media (INM) team is having difficulties to offload its South African arm such as online news website, iol.co.za, and Paper headings such as The Celebrity, The Mercury, and the Cape Times.

Citing Ireland’s Weekend Company Publish newspaper, Reuters revealed that INM has obtained providers of around 150 thousand dollars (R1.77 billion) for its South African division – roughly 100 million Euros (R1.18 billion) lesser than the proposed price.

Empire of Paper

The Nation Team is successful in east Africa, where “old media” still reign.

“I USED to do drugs,” quips a jovial Linus Gitahi, the manager of east Africa’s biggest private media organization, Nation Team. Few European media chiefs have enough time and soul for humor these days. But at Nation Group, ‘ Hakuna matata’ (“No worries”).

Mr Gitahi, who used to run the West African department of GlaxoSmithKline, a drug maker, oversaw an increase of 45% in the publisher’s earnings in the five decades between 2007 and 2011, to around 11.3 billion dollars Kenyan shillings ($130m). Although last season’s results will not be declared until March, they are thought to be leonine.

Easy Ways to a Tremendous Self-Productivity

How to convert a common day into an amazingly effectual day without any plans, costly resources or applications needed.

Teaching others to enhance their personal efficiency is big business: Tony Robbins, Stephen Covey, David Allen and others have converted enhancing individual efficiency into a large market. If you want to complete a significant venture, affect out a process you’ve been placing off, or just complete a lot of execute in a relatively brief time interval, there’s a simpler way. And it’s 100 % free.

Say you need to complete a process you calculate will take 10 to 12 time. Here’s how to take it off in one day:

New Jelly Bean Update For HTC One X Released in South Africa

South African HTC One X clients are verifying that an update to Android operating system OS Jelly Bean has been progressing for the device.

HTC One X clients in South Africa have exposed that they have began to get reports to update their gadgets to Android operating system OS 4.1.1.

The acquired data is 367.2MB according to MyBroadband group associates that own the item, and is available as an “over-the-air” update.