At the end of each year, we look at the top security threats that companies, and individuals, should watch out for in the new coming year. This year it was the HeartBleed Bug and Ransomware; 2015 sees new threats as technology continues to advance and the BYOD and Internet of Things (IOT) changes the way businesses store and access their information.Read More
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KICKSTART YOUR 2015 BUSINESS MODEL WITH THESE THREE GOOGLE TRICKS:
With 2014 coming to a fast close, many companies are beginning to prepare their business strategies for the new year. Earlier this year, we discussed the 10 Things Innovative Companies Cannot Do Without. Using some of the key strategies we highlighted in this tutorial, we believe that there are 3 main ways that Google is the best platform from which to launch your 2015 business model:Read More
WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE NEW YEAR
2015 sees a rise in the Internet of Things, 3-D printing, Context-aware technology, Analytics as the invisible guiding force, the User experience, Google, Facebook and Amazon as the “best practice” examples, Mass integration of technology, Software-defined and configurable infrastructure, and Multifaceted risk self-protection.Read More
ARE YOU EXPOSING YOUR COMPANY DATA AND INFORMATION TO RISK?
Security threats are still a reality for any business. In our opinion, Phishing, Identity Theft and Credit Card Fraud are some of the greatest risks for companies today. Often companies can be exposing their data and information to security threats without realising it. Using the Mimecast Unified Email Management Platform, there are three ways that you can better protect yourself from these risks:Read More
APPS AGAINST EBOLA:
Last week we published a press release on the Ebola Care App, created by Journey co-founders, Philip and Malan Joubert, South African brothers from Stellenbosch. There has been a lot of hype around this app in the last few days, with many organisations, both international and local, donating funding for the purchasing and distribution of mobile phones in Ebola-affected areas in order to enable access to this app by Ebola healthcare workers, particularly those in remote areas.Read More
Over the last few months, Google has been on the forefront of some very exciting developments within the education sphere, creating what many are calling the ultimate 21st century backpack for education. Let’s face it, technology is filtering into every corner, be it business, innovation, or even fighting Ebola. In my mind, Google is fast on the way to transforming how education is done by marrying it almost entirely to innovative technology.Read More
Email security and availability are essential within the medical industry. Often, medical institutions face three challenges:
- Medical organisations are highly regulated with complex administrative and information management regulations,
- Email availability needs to be immediate and easily accessible,
- Organisations are working with confidential patient information and so email security is critical.
Read how Mediclinic used the Mimecast unfied email management platform to better optimise their email security, accessibility and continuity here.Read More
Digitisation is happening, and happening fast. Gartner, Inc (2014), recommends that businesses need to develop a Digital Business Model that is multifunctional, reconfigurable and in staged commitments in order to survive. At Grove, we believe that this is done through four steps.Read More
NATIVE OR HTML5?
There has been a lot of debate lately about whether you should build your apps using HTML5 or if you should go native. Recently, companies, such as Facebook and startup Xero, have been announcing the fact that they were moving over to native app build, after Html5 proved unsuccessful.
Based on our mobile app development knowledge and expertise, as well as a certain amount of research into the two options, here are my 5 Pro’s and Con’s of HTML5 vs. Native Mobile App build.Read More
Recently, at Media 24’s annual gala awards dinner on Friday August 1st 2014, the KNUP team, a division of On the Dot, won the Digital & Innovation Award for their mobile app which was developed off of the Grove Mobile App Development Platform. This app enabled KNUP to move away from paper-based business processes to an entirely mobilised system. Using their case study as an example, we have identified three steps involved in mobilising your business processes.