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    ContinuitySA introduces SME-targeted recovery as a service

    When disaster strikes, is your business ready to cope? To date, only bigger South African companies have enjoyed access to structured disaster recovery solutions...

    Phasing out of lockdown is not a good time to downgrade security

    The national lockdown has had a positive effect on crime levels in the country, with Police Minister Bheki Cele confirming early in April that...

    Beware of coronavirus scams

    Disturbingly, hackers are active even during times of global disaster, as evidenced in the various cyber-scams doing the rounds in the recent weeks. “We urge...

    Only 6% of small businesses get relief funding

    Findings extracted from the COVID-19 National Small Business Survey (Post Level-5 lockdown) released by the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC), highlights the continued pain...

    Synatic makes accessing your company data easy

    Most businesses nowadays need to give employees access to company data from remote locations, regardless whether it's on-premise or in the cloud. Synatic has introduced...

    Remote working: It might not be a case of ‘scale and go’

    As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic accelerates, and companies are grappling with maintaining business continuity in the face of the changing context, the ability to...

    Businesses must support each other during Covid-19 crisis

    All South African business leaders have a responsibility to stand together to keep business moving, protect employment and the economy ticking over. According to Frank...

    Fidelity Services Group tightens up precautions and service

    The health and safety of all South Africans is a top priority during the current national state of disaster. Wahl Bartmann, chief executive officer of...
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