Archive for Luty, 2013

‘Yoo’ own the world: social networking expands at MobiMedia

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Adding strength to their slogan “You own the world”, the Yookos social network platform has just given millions of Africans easier access to their network by launching the mobile version of the Yookos platform. As strategic consulting partners to Yookos, MobiMedia assisted with the conceptualisation of the mobile strategy for the organisation, including collaboration on the design and implementation of the mobile site. Since its inception as a desktop platform two years ago, Yookos has added Android and iPhone apps. Now, with the launch of the mobile web version, the platform is truly universally available. “By going mobile, Yookos is ensuring accessibility for all users across the globe, but in particular in Africa where users can now connect without having to have access to a desktop,” says Tim Legg, CEO of MobiMedia.

As a values-based social networking platform, Yookos allows people to share views and common interests within an environment where they can interact without fear of abuse or inappropriate content.  The social aspects mean that a large percentage of the content is user generated. However, the Yookos web and mobile portals also provide free news, sports, and fashion updates, and the content for this info service is sourced and supplied through MobiMedia. “We place great emphasis upon maintaining quality standards in design, functionality and content of our sites, and we value the thought and creative energy which MobiMedia contributed in this project,” said Yookos CEO, Pastor Tomisin Fashina.

The mobile arena is the natural home for social networking, and statistics indicate that an ever-increasing number of logins to social networking sites are taking place via mobile rather than PC or laptop devices. According to the most recent AMPS review, 65% of South African internet users accessed social networks using a mobile device – a figure that is rapidly increasing. Against this backdrop, it is not surprising that mobile marketers are expanding their involvement in social marketing and networking. “At MobiMedia we see a natural overlap between social and mobile interactivity, and clients frequently need us to assist them in planning and implementing social networking within a mobile environment,” said Tim Legg, CEO of MobiMedia.

In addition to the recent launch of the highly-anticipated mobile version of the social networking site, Yookos, MobiMedia also assists clients in the retail and fast moving consumer goods industries with their mobile, social and digital strategies, including recent projects for Dell Computers, brands from the Pioneer Foods stable and internationally marketed South African skincare product, Environ, amongst others.

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Orange signs Nokia Siemens Networks to extend network

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Nokia Siemens Networks to provide and implement complete radio and core network

Customers of Orange Communications in Switzerland can expect to enjoy superior mobile broadband with faster data speeds and improved coverage. Under a five-year agreement, Orange has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to extend its radio access network as well as supply and build its network to deliver 4G (LTE – long term evolution) services. As the key supplier, Nokia Siemens Networks will provide the complete radio and core network, as well as implementation, optimization and care services.

Orange is focused on the strategic planning and development of its mobile network and has therefore signed a new five-year agreement with Nokia Siemens Networks for all network build activities, including the 4G network. This agreement is an adaptation of the existing, long standing partnership of Orange with Nokia Siemens Networks as a major network supplier. The new turnkey delivery agreement covers all build activities such as site acquisition, build permit procedures, upgrades and hardware maintenance for the Orange mobile network.

“The Orange network is one of the best mobile networks in Switzerland and with the launch of 4G/LTE in June this year, it will even be better,” said Johan Andsjö, CEO of Orange. “Therefore we are happy to have chosen Nokia Siemens Networks as our partner for the complete delivery of all build activities. With Nokia Siemens Networks we can count on an experienced, long lasting partner, with an existing team of high professionals, providing us and our customers with outstanding network quality.”

“As a long-term, trusted technology partner, we are committed to extending Orange’s GSM and 3G networks, and

Jasco launches Data Centre as a Service offering

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Jasco Networks has announced the addition of Data Centre as a Service (DCaaS) offerings to its last mile communication portfolio, augmenting the end-to-end networking solution with virtual data centre and other virtualisation services. This move takes Jasco ICT Solutions one step closer to offering Everything as a Service (XaaS), making the group a true one-stop solution provider for the entire hosted connectivity and communications value chain. Customers can now take advantage of the benefits of virtualised services along with better access speeds and superior customer service through a full turnkey converged communications solution.

“Data centres are a critical element of the modern business. However, they also require significant infrastructure and physical servers to run, which is capital intensive, takes up space and is often energy inefficient as well. Our virtual data centre and DCaaS offering will enable organisations to take advantage of the very latest in server and storage technology without the need for a large capital investment. We tailor the amount of space required, ensuring that the resources allocated precisely meet the needs of each customer, so that they only pay for what they use and nothing more. Our data centre itself incorporates best of breed equipment, delivering high speeds and efficient energy usage to help organisations leverage true cloud computing while benefiting from reduced energy consumption and a lower carbon footprint,” says Eckart Zollner, General Manager: Business Development at Jasco ICT Solutions.

Jasco’s virtual data centre offers a premium service, using only the latest equipment to deliver advanced speeds and functionality. All storage uses Solid State Drives (SSDs) and the data centre offers 75 000 Inputs/Outputs per Second (IOPS) to ensure the highest possible performance. Utilising economies of scale, Jasco is also able to offer highly competitive pricing. The DCaaS offering delivers the data centre environment and infrastructure, along with all of the necessary software licensing on a pay per-use model to further improve cost effectiveness.

“Part of the business value of our DCaaS offering is due to the fact that the cost of the solution is linked to the user’s requirements. Customers only pay for what they use.  If this requirement changes, whether the customer requires less capacity or more, billing is flexibly adjusted in accordance with the actual resources used. Another key benefit is the ease and simplicity of resource allocation from the data centre. Resources such as processor capacity, processing memory or data storage can be dynamically allocated with just a few clicks of the mouse, by the customer themselves,” says Jason Watt, Business Development Manager, Jasco Networks.

As a turnkey solution provider, Jasco Networks is also able to offer optimised communication architecture and faster access to data, allowing a variety of other services such as voice, data, Exchange, ERP and more to be migrated into the cloud.

“Our virtual data centre and DCaaS offering is ideal for high end users, customers that require a premium virtualised solution and organisations that require a partner whose infrastructure their business can run off. Previously, if these companies wanted to deliver services to their customers, it was necessary to build their own infrastructure first, which is costly both in terms of capital and maintenance. Retail is one such example, with companies offering hosted point of sale solutions. These services can now be offered more quickly and cost effectively by using our virtual data centre and hosting solutions,” Zollner says.

Jasco’s virtual data centre offers high levels of flexibility and scalability through an elastic network infrastructure that enables the offering to shift and change according to customer requirements. The service is fully managed, supported by a Service Level Agreement (SLA) that provides guaranteed uptime. The technology used and the design of the solution offer full redundancy. Virtual services are offered on a no-contract basis with forward billing, so customers can switch the service on and off as necessary.

“For resellers, our DCaaS offering and virtual data centre present a number of opportunities. Because of the nature of the data centre, its cost effectiveness and ease of use, smaller IT and desktop support companies are able to access the very best equipment, which may not have been cost effective before. They can in turn easily offer virtual servers and virtualised services to their customers. This opens up new revenue streams with minimal risk to the companies themselves, as they do not have to build and maintain their own infrastructure,” Watt adds.

Jasco Networks is offering a free two-week demo license to customers as a risk-free proof of concept, with reporting to ensure that a customer’s true requirements can be accurately ascertained following the trial period. This ensures that the end solution accurately meets the needs of the customer. The offering can be moved from testing into production without the need to rebuild the environment for seamless transition.

“The decision to offer these services was driven by customer need and market requirements. A large retail customer approached us with a requirement, and we were unable to find a suitable existing solution in the market. In order to cater to their requirements, we purpose-built the solution for them and are now leveraging this solution to add value for new and existing customers. The DCaaS offering augments the services of our Networks business as a provider of access and Internet solutions. This is a strategic extension of our existing offering and will help us to grow our product and services portfolio in line with market needs,” Zollner concludes.

Sony SA and Rectron offer free service and repair on Sony electronics goods

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Sony South Africa and authorised service centre, Rectron, will be running a three day service clinic from the Rectron premises in Umhlanga from the1st to 3rd March 2013.

Owners of Sony products bought after January 2010 are eligible to have their products serviced or repaired over the three clinic days. Labour will be free of charge, and all replacement parts charged at cost price only. The clinic offer is eligible across the Sony Consumer Electronics range (excluding Professional equipment, mobile phones and gaming) provided the unit(s) were purchased in South Africa after 01 January 2010.

In addition, there will be a lucky draw and all customers taking part in the clinic stand the chance to win Sony products.

Rectron’s Martin Roets is optimistic that the response will be great over the three days, “Servicing and repairing of your Sony product by an authorised service centre is critical; not only to ensure you continue to receive the best from your product, but to keep any warranty intact. We’re looking forward to welcoming Sony product owners from around Durban.”

For more information, contact Rectron Durban on (031) 582 0200

Technology basics to bolster SME success

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Globally, small, medium and start-up companies are fuelling growth as a number of markets grapple with the effects of the current economic downturn. At a time when many large enterprises are restructuring for survival, their more agile SME counterparts have enormous opportunity for growth by harnessing the “Three  Ps – productivity, performance and purpose, of SME computing”. Country Manager for Lenovo Africa Graham Braum provides advice on the technology basics that SMEs need to know to power their business success today.

In Africa, SMEs (small and medium enterprises) are undoubtedly the superheroes of our emerging economy and are a vital component of growth and prosperity. Traditionally there was a vast gulf between the small family firms and the sudden influx of global corporations – particularly in the energy, construction and finance industries –but this gap has closed. As governments start to encourage entrepreneurship, smaller-scale businesses are beginning to thrive.

Some researchers have estimated the total economic output of SMEs in South Africa to be 50% of the GDP. It is also estimated that SMEs provide employment to about 60% of the labour force. SMEs are an important contributor to the South African economy and are considered a driver of employment, given the formal sector’s flat growth rate.

However, while global spending on IT is on the rise, SMEs in the region may be lacking access to advice on the right technological investments to empower their businesses. Many SMEs could benefit both from driving down operational and capital costs of IT, and from obtaining richer functionality and better business flexibility. The majority, however, do not employ dedicated IT management to keep their systems running and rather rely on outsourced helpdesks for ad hoc support. In this scenario, how can business owners – or those tasked with IT decisions – be confident in the investments they make in enterprise technology?

Technology is cornerstone of many strong business operations – a fact as relevant to a sole trader as to the most complex multinational. Where these two extremes differ is in how technology is utilised, and what is vital to today’s business success today and tomorrow’s growth. While technology can help SMEs function more efficiently in their business processes, many don’t recognise the real and measurable impact that the right solution can have on their bottom line, be it through reduced energy consumption or lower operating costs. In assisting SMEs to find that right solution, we talk about the “3 Ps of SME computing”: productivity, performance and purpose.

In Africa, SME workforces are highly mobile. There are more mobile devices in Africa than toothbrushes. With that in mind, it only means mobility remains king, but that no longer means smaller is better. The size and weight of devices remain critical factors yet, beyond basic dimensions, a robust design that can withstand the knocks and bumps that inevitably occur in transit suddenly matters more than it would for desktops in the office.

Remaining productive on the move requires a sizeable screen that is fit for the job and reliable connectivity that empowers the freedom to work from wherever employees find themselves logging on. For on-the-go SME workforces, a fast boot up and long battery life can make the difference between closing that all-important sale and missing out.

Finally, we consider performance. How many small business owners are technology specialists on the side? With third party IT contractors or in-house management resources presenting a significant expense, SME businesses need to seriously consider their support requirements and how much time they spend on simple tasks like networking computers to the server, setting up VPN access or simply connecting to printers. Diagnosing simple problems can waste time and be costly for these organisations. Performance therefore needs to include consideration of self-diagnosis tools that can be built into today’s machines, helping SME business users to manage, set up and quickly resolve basic issues.

With the right technologies in place to help rather than hinder, SMEs can operate efficiently and provide the flexibility previously limited to large organisations with big-budget IT systems. In the ThinkPad Edge E430 and E530 laptops, for example, Lenovo builds in the Lenovo Solutions for Small Business (LSSB) package that automates routine maintenance and security tasks to help support and protect users. Without having to think about firewalls, virus protection and backing up data, SME owners can focus on their businesses without having to worry about their computers.

With the future of emerging economies being built on the back of SMEs it is vital that these organisations have the right computing advice to fully support their business. In a region of rapid growth, innovation and entrepreneurship, SMEs are key to a thriving business community. Technology needs to be a tool that enables and supports their growth.

JDA Users Group Adds Special Interest Groups, Users Group Vice President

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Merger with RedPrairie brings new SIG members, leadership to customer networking and product advocacy groups

JDA Software Group, Inc., The Supply Chain Company, today announced that 10 Special Interest Groups (SIGs) have been added to the JDA Users Group as a result of the company’s recent merger with RedPrairie. That brings the total to 51 SIGs representing a broad cross-section of products in the JDA portfolio.

The JDA Users Group’s mission is to foster an environment where active participation maximises its members’ investments in JDA solutions and enables individuals from member companies to grow both personally and professionally through collaboration with other supply chain professionals.

JDA SIGs provide an environment where members can share ideas on product direction and enhancements with JDA product management. SIGs are typically organised around JDA solutions and are managed by a customer-elected chairperson, as well as a JDA associate who serves as SIG manager. New SIGs and their JDA and customer leaders, include:

  • Commerce: Justin Ellison of Buckle, SIG chair; Ken Garza, JDA, SIG manager
  • Dispatcher: Ivan Sheldrake of Unipart, SIG chair; Heather Laws, JDA, SIG manager
  • Enterprise Store Operations: Pam Sheen of Dunkin’ Brands, Inc. and Keli Anderson of Sheetz, SIG chairs; Fiona Harris, JDA, SIG manager
  • RedPrairie Transportation: Robert Paoletti of Technicolor, SIG chair; Keith Whalen, JDA, SIG manager
  • Warehouse Management: Pete Grett of GENCO and Tom Delaney of Mars, SIG chairs; Scott Zickert, JDA, SIG manager
  • RedPrairie Workforce Management: Monica Enko of Big Y Foods, Inc., SIG chair; Chris Sundgren, JDA, SIG manager

Three additional groups have SIG managers from JDA, but have open positions for SIG chairs. Those groups are:

  • Direct Commerce: Tracy Jobbitt, JDA, SIG manager
  • Brand Protection and Inventory Visibility: Scott Zickert, JDA, SIG manager
  • Performance Management for Retail: John Moulton, JDA, SIG manager
  • Performance Management for Supply Chain: John Moulton, JDA, SIG manager

In addition, Pam Sheen, co-chair of the Enterprise Store Operations SIG, has been named a vice president of the JDA Users Group. Users Group officers are responsible for managing the Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and ensuring their voice is heard by JDA product management. Officers meet each month to review progress toward reaching the year’s goals, such as increasing SIG participation. Officers also meet quarterly with SIG chairs and SIG managers to review goals and discuss how they can enhance the SIG processes to enable increased participation and networking in order for members to gain the most value from their JDA investment.

George Frongillo of Staples, is the JDA Users Group president. Greg Gries of Perdue Farms and Suzanne Toepfer of Chico’s FAS, Inc., are JDA Users Group vice presidents, and Lesley Klinger of The Hershey Company, is the JDA Users Group administrative director.

“Users groups provide valuable feedback on products and their real-world applications that help us to innovate and improve,” said John Kopcke, chief technology officer, JDA Software. “They also offer their members the opportunity to share best practices, network and grow their careers through regular meetings and information sharing. The addition of the RedPrairie user community to JDA’s very active users group brings together some of world’s best practitioners in a single, powerful organisation.”

Realmdigital integrates e-textbook delivery into Van Schaik Web store

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Digital formats an all-round solution for educational publishers in Africa

Leading e-commerce developer Realmdigital has given the Webstore of Van Schaik Bookstores a huge boost with the integration of Ingram’s VitalSource Bookshelf – an e-book platform that complements the book seller’s educational print catalogue.

Van Schaik will sell and distribute e-textbooks via the VitalSource Bookshelf app, which allows users to access their content offline via a smartphone or tablet app, or online via a browser.

VitalSource Bookshelf is an international educational material distribution platform with 2.7 million registered users on 6000 campuses.

Dramatic growth
Research shows that e-books continue on a dramatic growth curve worldwide. Data from the Association of American Publishers shows that in January 2011, US publishers sold 66.6 million e-books for adults, and a year later, 99.5 million.

“Students, educators and institutions are increasingly adopting digital course materials,” says Wesley Lynch, CEO of Cape-based Realmdigital. He says having texts in a range of new e-formats will help students to save and improve study.

“The rise in the use of tablets for reading digital texts has further had a major effect on how people interact with written material,” he says. “Students can access whole libraries in a portable format, and synchronise books across multiple devices. E-textbooks also enrich the learning process with possibilities for embedding audio and video, 3D, scalable content, more interactive content and more liberal use of colour.”

Constant improvement
Melvin Kaabwe, digital manager of Van Schaik Bookstores, says the integration of Ingram’s VitalSource Bookshelf into the publisher’s Web store lets the company sell interactive e-textbooks that help students in their academic career.

“It is the all-round ‘Africa-ready’ textbook solution. Working with Realmdigital has given us access to VitalSource, an international market leader, and the resources to enhance learning throughout Africa and meet the digital needs of the academic community today and into the future.

During the launch phase Van Schaik will sell books from big publishers such as Juta, Wiley, LexisNexis, and Elsevier. Books from Oxford University Press and Van Schaik will be added soon.

The new Dell Inspiron One 23 from DCC

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Watch movies, play games, music and movies, surf, socialise and stay connected with the new Dell Inspiron One 23 from Drive Control Corporation (DCC). This stylish All-in-One computer offers impressive performance, superior graphics and an intuitive full HD 23” touch screen display interface optimised for Windows 8. These features make it ideal for both home users and specialised business applications, including retail, self-help and reception areas where touch screen offers an added advantage.

“The touch screen interface is what makes this All-in-One a truly special device. Users can easily and intuitively interact with the display, which incorporates the familiar capacitive touch interface that users have become familiar with on smartphones and tablets. Designed and optimised for Windows 8, the screen offers new levels of interactivity which make it ideal for the home user and also lends itself well to point of sale, interactive displays, self-help terminals and more,” says Nitesh Devanand, Dell Consumer Product Specialist at DCC.

Featuring fast Ivy Bridge Intel Core processors up to third generation, the Inspiron One 23 lets users enjoy more content faster, from watching movies, listening to music or playing games to surfing the web and interacting in the digital realm. A premium finish and materials ensure this device fits in perfectly in the home or in any other environment, and a simple, sleek and space saving design minimises annoying cables and offers easy set up and ease of use right out of the box. An integrated 8:1 media card reader, USB 3.0 ports and wireless offer multiple connectivity options and ensure that sharing and displaying content is as easy as the click of a mouse.

“This intelligent design incorporates the entire computer within the display panel, meaning no more towers or PC boxes, fewer cables and less fuss. All you need is a mouse and a keyboard, which can be connected to USB 3.0 ports or used wirelessly to further reduce cables. Because there is no need for an additional box, the Inspiron One 23 saves valuable desk space, and the slim flat panel display can even be wall-mounted to save more space or for applications outside the home,” says Devanand.

“The Inspiron One 23 also offers excellent value for money, incorporating the latest in performance and productivity enhancements at the same price point as its predecessor, the 2320,” he adds.

The Dell Inspiron One 23 is available from resellers and selected retailers nationwide for a recommended retail price of R15 999.00 including VAT.

For more information, visit


The ten biggest data quality issues you face?

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By Gary Allemann, MD at Master Data Management

A recent discussion linking data quality decision making to the availability heuristic – a mental shortcut that occurs when people make judgements about the probability of events in the world by the ease with which examples come to mind – shows how data quality issues are frequently rationalised as once-off exceptions.

The human brain is wired to make decisions promptly based on immediate information, and as such may frequently overlook other relevant information that is not immediately at hand.  The mind extrapolates from these immediate examples to build a general case. This can be useful, but in many cases, does not accurately reflect the real scale of the problem.

If, for example, a manager is aware of two or three billing issues a day, she may regard this as inconsequential. However, in practise, these may only represent those issues that clients have escalated to her following repeated attempts to address them at a lower level, and may be a small subset of a much bigger problem.

Studies show that listing multiple examples requires more thought, and avoids the shortcut that may cause business to write a specific data quality problem off as an isolated incident. If the billing manager, in our example, was to think about the total billing problems escalated to her per year (rather than per day) or was aware of the effort her staff put in to addressing issues before they got to her, then her perception of the impact of the problem may be different.

This approach serves an additional important purpose. Once off data quality projects of the nature frequently approved by business (or sold by consultants looking to deploy manual fixes) typically provide only temporary relief, as they do not address the causes of the problem and data will revert to its natural state of chaos as discussed here.

If business people are asked to list numerous data quality issues, then the broader impact of the problem should become more apparent. In my experience, many data quality issues are related and/or interdependent. So if our hypothetical billing manager thinks about the number of bills that are returned to sender due to faulty billing address data, or the number of billing errors that are not reported by customers who are being under billed, then the total impact of poor data quality will start to become more apparent, and the business case for a proactive approach will become clear.

A top ten list is a good starting point for a business case for a more proactive approach. The real value, however, will come when analysing the responses of more than one person or business area. This should show broad trends across the business and facilitate the business case for managing data at an enterprise level – the fundamental of a pragmatic data governance approach.

holistic approach to data quality management may start as a single project for a key business area and in most cases will pay for itself just from this initial requirement. By setting the scene for enterprise use you will maximise your investment in both technology and process by addressing multiple business problems over time.

ContinuitySA presents a host of events to support global BCAW 2013

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Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW2013) is an annual global event that is facilitated by the BCI and will take place from the 18th – 22nd March 2013. As a Gold Partner of the BCI, ContinuitySA will be focusing on a host of events to showcase the value of business continuity as an integrated part of any organisation’s strategy.

BCAW is an educational event designed to help people understand more about business continuity management (BCM), its applications and benefits.  This year’s event themed” Business Continuity – for the risks you can see and the ones you can’t”will provide new opportunities for interested parties to engage with experts around the world and learn more about BCM and the ever growing range of risks that need to be planned for.

The BCI and its partners will be publishing new research and papers throughout the week. Through a series of Webinars interested parties can engage with authors on these reports. The webinars can be viewed live and questions could be asked or watched online at one’s leisure.

This year ContinuitySA will be presenting the following Webinars:

Webinar one on Sensible ICT Protection and Recovery Methods will be presented by Bradley Janse van Rensburg – Solutions Design Manager, ContinuitySA.

Overwhelmed by the muddle of conflicting technology terms, jargon, buzzwords and misinformation CIOs and IT Managers are finding it increasingly difficult to objectively compare the different ICT Protection and Recovery Methods available to them and pick an approach that both matches their existing requirement and empowers their long term strategy. In this webinar ContinuitySA will clarify the difference between High Availability, Replication, Backup and Archiving and give a recommended approach to entrench resilience into ICT systems and business.

Date: Friday 22nd March

Time: 13:00 – 13.45GMT + 2

Webinar two will focus on Mobile Recovery presented by Mark Beverley – General Manager: Service Delivery, ContinuitySA.

This paper willexplore portable recovery solutions for partial disaster situations.

Date: Monday 18th March

Time: 13.00 – 13.45GMT + 2

Webinar three on Enterprise migration and adoption of cloud will be presented by Shaheen Kalla – Manager: Managed Services, ContinuitySA

The paper will analyse the factors which promote migration to cloud based solutions and environments which are best suited for cloud.The webinar will talk around the migration plan for corporates into cloud services, what are the factors to consider and levels of planning needed when considering a cloud based solutions. What are the various steps along the way and potential pitfalls.

Date: Tuesday 19th March

Time: 13:00 – 13.45 GMT + 2

In addition to the Webinars, ContinuitySA will be hosting two breakfast events during the week, one in Cape Town on the 19th March 2013 and one in Johannesburg on the 20th March 2013 on ISO22301 with guest speaker  Eugene Taylor, former Chairman of the BCI Partnership Steering Group, who represents the UK Institute of Directors on the TC 223 committee.

For more details please see the links below.

Cape Town:


For more information or to register for any of these events please visit or contact Cindy Bodenstein, Marketing Manager for ContinuitySA on

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