Quick-fire Q&A with Nicholas Bell

Entrepreneurial spirit isn’t like instant coffee. Want to know what skills can help you build confidence and your business? Here are seven…

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Managing Change: A digital transformation story

No organisation is immune to Digital Transformation, and those that think they are will undoubtedly face a future filled with uncertainty.

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Data security critical for cloud-based solutions

This requires a different mindset as security today is as much the responsibility of the cloud service provider as it is of the business using it.

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Technology integration revolutionises business analytics

Today, all of this has come together under BA with big data empowering businesses to pull different insights to meet specific requirements.

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Understanding the relevance of change

Why invest millions in a reporting system only to have reports created manually? As a Project owner you put your head on a block when driving an initiative, owning the opportunities and risks related to the outcome, and taking overall accountability. But what happens if your project ran like a dream but somehow is still not delivering the promised business benefits?

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Effective tech requires skills diversity

At a time when developing technology skills for a digital world have become a priority, companies will do well not to limit their focus on acquiring computer science and programming talent but also expand into other, more diverse fields.

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Data management essential for property sector

In an industry where tenant retention and managing vacancies is critical, the property sector is driven by effective data analysis.

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Local Microsoft data centres to accelerate cloud adoption

On Wednesday 6th March 2019, Microsoft South Africa launched its Azure cloud data centres in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Decision Inc. believes that this heralds an exciting new time for the cloud market, not only in the country but the rest of the African continent.

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3 business non-negotiables for 2019

Quality interactions and ethics are a priority for consumers in 2019, and this will shape how companies design solutions, deliver services and communicate.

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