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Choosing the right mail solution

By | May 10th, 2017|Service Info, Uncategorized|

You might expect that with a ubiquitous service such as mail, making the right choice is easy. After all, it's a straightforward decision, isn't it? Consider the options, add in your budget requirements and see what fits the bill. You might expect that. You might, however, not be totally right. And what you ultimately find [...]

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Flexitime – it’s about planning and trust

By | April 12th, 2017|General, Industry Trends|

One cannot underestimate building trust and utilising it in creative ways to boost both performance and satisfaction. The result? Most often, a lot of happiness. Where you start is less important than starting In October last year, we opened up about how employers could help cut down on traffic congestion. While it is impractical to [...]

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Soft skills: hiring for the best company fit

By | March 14th, 2017|Blog, Industry Trends|

Roughly 18 months ago, we wrote about why soft skills are becoming as much of a commodity as knowledge-based skills. Due to this trend, more hiring opportunities worldwide consider these skills than ever before. We take a look at how you can leverage this movement into a powerful force which works to your benefit. Soft [...]

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Creating a successful company strategy

By | February 13th, 2017|General, Uncategorized|

Strategy is one of the most vital elements to planning a successful business approach. Consider this: a good strategy bridges goals, vision, values and operations management. As a result, you should be meticulous when the time comes to discuss it. Probably fewer than half of the companies out there have a well-defined approach to strategic [...]

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Financial literacy – something for all staff

By | January 12th, 2017|General, Industry Trends|

The notion of providing a sound understanding of basic financial literacy is not new. It is, however, a notion that grows in importance, as finances permeate further and further downwards within company structures. In addition, individuals can use what they learn from work-based sources to aid them in their private lives. Financial literacy under the [...]

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Managing client-facing events

By | December 14th, 2016|General|

Our recent successful official launch of our Managed Services portfolio taught us several important lessons about corporate events. Short of an event planning company or a department dedicated to this, few SMEs inherently have the skills for full-out event management. As a result, this shortfall is thus often covered by applying more work hours and [...]

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Sustainable enterprises – building for tomorrow

By | November 18th, 2016|Blog, Industry Trends|

A sustainable venture is not just a long-lasting one. Providing the means for sustainability from the onset offers advantages and opportunities to other future ventures. In addition, it's the socially responsible course to take. Modern society and the integration of ICT We live in a data-driven society. Data is growing at an exponential rate, more [...]

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Work-based ways to alleviate transport congestion

By | October 18th, 2016|Blog, General, Industry Trends|

We work in a country where places are often separated by some distance. Additionally, transport options to and from work typically require a lengthy commute. Add this to a lack of viable public transport in many instances. It is thus easy to see why commuter traffic is so congested. As a result, and until we [...]

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IPv6: What’s the deal and how to get started

By | September 20th, 2016|Blog, General, Industry Trends|

The connected world is rapidly running out of assignable IPv4 addresses. According to a calculator by APNIC (the regional Internet registry for Asia and the Pacific) blogger Geoff Huston, most geographical areas have exhausted their IPv4 address pool. The African Internet community, whose addresses are managed by Regional Internet Registry Afrinic, is slated to run [...]

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Charity begins at the office – send out a call to action

By | August 22nd, 2016|Blog, General, Industry Trends|

The idea of charity work or community contributions sits in various places within different organisations. In order to assist in taking that first step, we look at a number of ways to make a difference. Charity isn't always a complex matter It's a false notion that charity is a lengthy and arduous process. While there [...]

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