Category Archives: Wireless Internet Cape Town

Uber Drivers Strike After South African Fares Cut by Fifth – Bloomberg

Uber Technologies Inc. drivers went on strike in South Africa after the world’s biggest ride-booking service said tariffs in the country will be cut by as much as 20 percent to boost demand during the winter months. About 200 Uber drivers stopped working and marched toward the company’s local offices in the Cape Town district of ...

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Held to ransom – ITWeb

In the bad old days, when proprietary formats dominated, it was impossible even to change your accounting software without spending a fortune on data migration and clean-up, after which the chances of everything working smoothly were still pretty slim. We've had decades of customer activism, industry pressure, legal battles, mammoth fines for anti-competitive practices, antitrust ...

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Lines blur between digital and real experience – Gadget

Just five years ago, the worlds of digital commerce and real-world customer service were separated by a massive chasm. Indeed, many organisations thought of them as separate channels rather than as part of an integrated customer experience. That picture is changing fast. Consumers’ adoption of smartphones, the rise of big data analytics tools, and the emergence ...

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The blurring lines between digital and real-world customer experiences – Bizcommunity.com

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Just five years ago, the worlds of digital commerce and real-world customer service were separated by a massive chasm. Indeed, many organisations thought of them as separate channels rather than as part of an integrated customer experience. That picture is changing fast.Consumers’ adoption of smartphones, the rise of big data analytics tools, and the emergence ...

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Bandwidth-intense apps fuel growth in demand for fibre – The Media Online

The growing uptake of bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud services and streaming TV by business and consumers is heralding the “next wave of growth” in South Africa’s telecoms industry. Suveer Ramdhani, chief development officer at SEACOM, says that fast-changing user behaviour is putting pressure on telecom operators to evolve their business models. It’s thanks to competition ...

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Bandwidth-intense apps fuels growth in demand for fibre – The Media Online

The growing uptake of bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud services and streaming TV by business and consumers is heralding the “next wave of growth” in South Africa’s telecoms industry. Suveer Ramdhani, chief development officer at SEACOM, says that fast-changing user behaviour is putting pressure on telecom operators to evolve their business models. It’s thanks to competition ...

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How smaller players upended SA telecoms – TechCentral

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Conduct Telecommunications in fibre to the business and Vumatel in fibre to the home galvanised South Africa’s incumbent operators into action. By Suveer Ramdhani. South Africa’s telecommunications industry is on the cusp of its next wave of growth, thanks to the growing uptake by businesses and consumers of bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud services and Internet ...

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