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Applications Development,Microsoft Services,Business Consulting,IT Consulting,Cloud Computing
Applications Development,Microsoft Services,Business Consulting,IT Consulting,Cloud Computing

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Season greetings from Business Connexion and this year we are doing it in style.

Stand a chance to win a picnic hamper with a GPS Navigator and all you have to do is to share with us, how you will use technology to get to your destination over the Festive Season.

Visit our Facebook page for more information - https://www.facebook.com/businessconnexion
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 Is Your Business Ready For The Internet Of Things? Today, there are more mobile devices than there are people on the planet.

By 2020 it is estimated that there will be 2.5 billion connected people on social networks and they will be using or have access to 50 billion connected things. - http://goo.gl/XwyTpa
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Mobile is a new channel that any IT team needs to consider carefully. Enterprise IT teams are familiar with securing access from the Web browser from desktops and laptops within the firewall, and remotely via VPN.

But access from mobile devices is relatively new. Especially when its from mobile apps, not just a web browser. An app that in theory is a trusted app.

And the smartphones are no longer an IT provisioned mobile device (e.g. the standard Blackberry). Like it or not, it's a bring your own device (BYOD) world.
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Will Your Company Lead In 2020?

Based on a study by Walker Info, not only is experience more important today, but its significance will actually increase by 2020, whereas products and price will decrease. 

Based on these findings, it is clear that companies who expect to remain competitive leaders need to focus on the customer experience.

SOURCE: EMC Global Services - http://goo.gl/6B9Bab
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96 Megawatt Solar Photovoltaic (PV) project helps power the South African electric grid with renewable energy. - http://goo.gl/ERs0Fu
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Does your organization have a #BYOD (Bring your own device) policy?

Here are Citrix's 7 Best Practices for a BYOD Strategy - http://goo.gl/AFN3wK
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What do you think about the future of global data center traffic?

According to Cisco in 2013, 54% of global data center traffic was cloud based. By 2018, 76% of global data center traffic will be cloud based.
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Invented in South Africa: 

CAT scans are incredibly important medical imaging processes that use X-rays to take detailed pictures of the body, aiding doctors enormously in diagnosing and treating patients. 

This technology was invented by Godfrey Hounsfield and Allan McLeod Cormack, South African physicists working at Tufts University in the U.K., in the late 1970s. 

SOURCE: afkinsider.com
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We're pleased to announce that Business Connexion scooped the Customer Focus Award at the 12th National Business Awards held last night at Emperors Palace.

The National Business Awards recognise the success, innovation and ethics of South African companies and organisations across all industry sectors. The Awards also recognise the important social and environmental contributions made by organisations through excellence of service, commitment to their customers, ethical behaviour and environmental sustainability.

The Customer Focus Award is awarded to the company that demonstrates the highest level of service and loyalty to its customers.
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Good morning everyone, today we are introducing our new Monday Google+ feature which aims to educate and introduce you to things you might not know were invented in South Africa.

Let's get started...

Unless you’re an avid scuba diver, it’s unlikely that you wanted to clean the bottom of your pool by hand. 

Enter the Kreepy Krauly. Invented by South African Ferdinand Chauvier in 1974, it collects dirt from the bottom of the pool automatically as it creeps and crawls its way around. 

So you can hang up your oxygen tank, Ferdinand’s got you covered on this one.

SOURCE: afkinsider.com
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