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DOMINANT MULTINATIONALS ‘CAN DRIVE SA ICT BOOM’

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Major multinational ICT companies can help drive exponential growth in the South African ICT industry by doing more to develop local skills, companies and partners, says Simbo Ntshinka, managing director of black-owned enterprise communications provider Itec Tiyende.
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Digital transformation: it’s easier & more rewarding, than you think

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Part of the problem with digital transformation is that many business owners and CEOs are put off by the hype and conjecture around the topic. It’s important to take away the big words, break through the white noise and make sense of digital transformation in a way that businesspeople can understand and act on right now...
trends

FOUR TECH TRENDS TO WATCH FOR IN 2019

2019 is going to be the year of cybersecurity. This is a discussion we’re having with 80% of our customers right now. Whether you’re a small business or a large enterprise, it’s not a case of if you will be attacked anymore, but when. The sheer number of threats we are exposed to, and the number of people who don’t do anything about it, is terrifying.
Comms

How to transform your communications – and your business – in 2019

In a tough economic climate, businesses are constantly looking for new ways to improve their productivity and deliver service to their customers as quickly as possible.  Every minute that you’re able to deliver value to your customer faster gives you a competitive advantage.
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TAKE BACK CONTROL OF INFORMATION

This is an amazing time to run a business. The combination of better work tools, technology and data are creating wonderful opportunities for companies. If you can harness your data, shape a single truth and give access to your mobile-empowered employees, the sky’s the limit… but not if you are drowning in paperwork.
ICT

DOMINANT MULTINATIONALS ‘CAN DRIVE SA ICT BOOM’

Major multinational ICT companies can help drive exponential growth in the South African ICT industry by doing more to develop local skills, companies and partners, says Simbo Ntshinka, managing director of black-owned enterprise communications provider Itec Tiyende.
HIK Vision

Itec includes leading surveillance technology brand into its stable

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Criminals do not stand still. Every day they think of new ways to gain access to our homes and businesses. They seek out opportunities to exploit public areas and try to do so without being recognised. Identity is a criminal’s weak spot and…
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Itec Cares: Keeping Girls in School

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Itec Cares: Keeping Girls in School It is estimated that up to 30% of girls do not attend school while menstruating because of inadequate access to sanitary products. * This statistic is not acceptable as these girls miss school and they…
Itec Tiyende Leads Panel Discussion at Trade & Investment Seminar

Itec Tiyende Leads Panel Discussion at Trade & Investment Seminar

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Simbo Ntshinka represented Itec Tiyende and the Itec Group at The South African Pakistan Trade & Investment Seminar at SA Invest in Sandton on 29 August 2018. The event was a full house of business professionals, from Government representative…
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Itec Tiyende wins coveted Vodacom Partner of the Year Award

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Itec Tiyende, a black-owned company providing innovative digital and enterprise communications solutions, was recognised at the Vodacom Annual Partner Summit last month. Walking away with the coveted Vodacom Partner of the Year Award in the…