Tag Archives: #OpenAfricaMag
08
Dec

Ecommerce security in Africa: #OpenAfricaMag Q&A with Schalk Nolte

Ecommerce, in the form of online shopping and online banking, is often held up as the key to prosperity in Africa — a way of ‘leapfrogging’ past the obstacles of poor infrastructure. But there is a flipside to this convenience: the ever-present threat of fraud. Wherever money changes hands, you’ll always find someone who wants to take it away illegally, and buyer, seller and banker are all potential targets.

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06
Dec

Video-On-Demand killed the video store: an #OpenAfricaMag feature

Video-on-demand is the technology that has started to disrupt our entertainment world. Instead of watching programming on TV, based upon what some network executive has determined people want to watch (at a time preordained by the network), you can use your fast broadband connection to stream what you want, when you want, to any number of devices — iPads, PCs, Smart TVs — anything with an internet connection. No decoder, no dish.

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01
Dec

Media landscape changes, but metrics remain the same: #OpenAfricaMag

This piece first appeared in Open Africa, a custom digital publication by Ornico that features interviews, insights and business lessons from some of Africa’s leading CEOs, innovators and decision makers. Download your free digital copy of Open Africa here or go to http://bit.ly/open_africa and share your feedback on social media using the hashtag: #OpenAfricaMag In-house communicators and […]

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24
Nov

Changing Relationship Between Clients and PR Agencies: An #OpenAfricaMag feature

The overall relationship between communications directors and their PR agencies is expanding, but the nature of that relationship is changing, according to the inaugural Global Communications Report, which is produced by The Holmes Report in conjunction with USC Annenberg Centre for Public Relations.

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