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{pp}Reaching local and national press through print and electronic media, including internet, is crucial to the success of a campaign. But few companies know how to do this correctly.
{pp}From the first week of April 2008, Sunninghill (located in Northern Johannesburg) has had a news service, in the form of www.sunninghillnews.co.za, geared towards serving the unique information needs of the Sunninghill community by using interactive Web 2.0 technology.
{pp}Businesses are suffering huge losses due to power failures. This can be prevented by knowing when power failures will occur. Due to the fluctuating levels of power consumption it is difficult for suppliers to notify users in time when the next blackout will occur. SMS 4 Professionals has developed a…
Tuesday, 18 December 2007 13:48

Health Risk Management in the Call Centre

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This 4 hour interactive workshop presented by Rival Industrial details the importance of Health Risk Management within the Call Centre environment.
Friday, 30 November 2007 12:04

Submarine Networks Head Into New Waters

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{pp}The concept of the information superhighway was based on a global undersea optical fibre cable backbone
Tuesday, 13 November 2007 21:23

VOX Telecom

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{pp}VoxTelecom is planning to turn the South African telecoms space on its head with a new 'profit sharing' concept and innovative products.
{pp}Small and innovative home-grown VoIP companies like Skaap, Luuk and Yeigo are not best pleased that cell giants MTN and Vodacom have yet again been allowed to milk their customers for yet more rands. Despite South African telecommunications still being overpriced in many areas, ICASA’s decision to allow MTN differential…
Wednesday, 20 June 2007 14:47

Skaap offers free calls to the UK – A first for SA

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{pp}The cheap Telkom alternative for overseas calling has once again thrown down the gauntlet by announcing free calls to the UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and USA landlines for the period 23 December 2006 to 2 January 2007. Existing and new Skaap subscribers will be able to call these countries…
{pp}Full page adverts in national papers by disgruntled Telkom customers will do little to quell the surge in costs of calls for South Africans. Skaap, however, South Africa’s ‘new’ premier discount call provider has once again thrown down the gauntlet to the National Operator.
{pp}Online fraud has been the bane of South African e-commerce websites and has led to the early demise of many of them. Africa as a whole has been a hotbed of fraudulent online activity to the detriment of what was perceived as a growing SA market, albeit somewhat behind first…
{pp}It seems that SA’s cellphone consumers are voicing their anger at paying through the nose when it comes to pay-as-you-go cellphone charges. The vast majority of cellphone users in South Africa pay upfront for their calls using the various voucher systems available from the various networks. The minority of cellphone…
{pp}Mr Benjamin Mouton, Executive Chairman of Universal Communication Services (Sub Sahara Africa), recently announced the appointment of Mr Peter Makhari as Executive Director to the Board of the UCOMS.

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