Microsoft Azure in South Africa
There is a Microsoft data centre coming to South Africa! This is all I have been hearing for the last two months every time I mention the words ‘Microsoft Azure’. I see a lot of excitement around it in the channel, and the best part is that this development offers so... Read more
What Will Tarsus Look Like if We Are a Digital Business?

Miles Crisp explores the objectives that must be achieved before the Tarsus Technology Group can truly consider itself a digital business.

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Digital Transformation must link to the business’s over-arching strategy

I’ve learned that it is far more effective to implement solutions that directly complement a bigger, over-arching goal than it is to digitise systems for the sake of it.

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Spring cleaning and the challenge of “The Legacy App”

Tarsus On Demand’s Matthew McEnroe talks about legacy apps and how they should be handled in this new cloud era.

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The Inversion of Means and Ends – A TV interview with Miles Crisp

Miles explores the notion that people don’t want to go to work just to make someone else rich, they want to grow as human beings as well through the work they do.

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What it means to be a woman in the digital era

As we celebrate “Women’s Month, let us support the women in our business who are showing leadership potential.

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Let’s start at the very beginning, it’s a very good place to start

A “new partnership” needs to be born, one that has the customer’s best interests at its heart and that is honest and open in the true sense of partnership.

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Traditional Structure and New-Style Digital Side-by-Side

If we know and understand a common purpose and vision, we can all participate and lead.

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Insulating your business against the growing threat of ransomware

It’s already a multi-billion dollar global criminal enterprise and poses a significant risk to every business’s systems and data.

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Does PoPI really stop cross-border data flows?

Commercial Attorney at Microsoft South Africa, Theo Watson, says no.

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