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The “As a Service” revolution is boosting business and slashing costs
There is a major shake-up happening in the IT industry, and it’s helping companies to move away from traditional hardware sales, and into a space where they make money on an ongoing basis. They do this by supplying not only IT hardware, but peripheral services as well, that are... Read more
Tarsus excited about partnership with government’s YES initiative

TTG opted into President Ramaphosa’s YES initiative that helps young graduates get real-world work experience, with fantastic results.

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Continuous learning is the key to employee growth

Valuable skills, personal growth, career development: platforms like LinkedIn Learning are transforming the employee parameter.

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People are the key to thriving in the 4th Industrial Revolution

Economy, society, opportunity: South Africa sits on the cusp of automation while balancing on the edge of legacy challenges and complexities.

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How to maintain and develop skills for a changing world

To remain relevant today, every person, regardless of their existing role or their plans for the future, must continuously work on developing complementary skills.

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Knowledge is power in Industry 4.0 and our recent graduates prove that

We speak to three recent graduates about what they studied and why, because in the 21st century, knowledge is power.

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The Business Impact of the 2019 Elections

It is hoped that the 2019 elections will help provide both country and government with the opportunity to ignite real change, says TTG’s Miles Crisp.

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The robots are here and ready to work

Robots and automation are definitely in our collective future, but it’s not all doom and gloom, writes Tamsin Oxford.

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Distribution’s new role in the age of disruption

For the channel, disruption and digital aren’t threats to the future, they are opportunities, says Tarsus Distribution CEO Gary Pickford.

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Behind the scenes: Sports stars are among you!

We sent them some questions about their activities; here’s what they had to say.

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