How Edward Snowden Did Not Change Privacy
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There is so much that’s been said after Edward Snowden published his exposure on the CIA and American government spying on citizens, not only in USA but also worldwide. The best thing we have learned about this, is how blaze the governments of the world really are about your privacy. Privacy is valuable not only

 
Top 10 Signs of Smartphone Addiction
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20 Years after I first got online I find chronic dependency is a bigger problem than online addiction. Before broadband and smartphones in particular, Internet was limited to your office or your home. Now it’s in your pocket, and it’s always-on! In 2012 my HTC smart phone was stolen in a guest house, and I

 
FNB Smart Device and Banking Satisfaction
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Recently I made the last payment on my FNB Smart Device, an Apple iPad 2 purchased in 2011. It feels much longer because Apple released several iPad models since that time like the iPad Air and iPad Mini. During the time I really wanted a tablet because I  see myself as an early adopter. Another

 
Small Businesses Need A Corporate Social Responsibility Plan
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If you are a small-business owner, you may think that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is something that only large corporations have to worry about. While it is true that major multinationals are putting increasing focus on this due to issues such as the escalating global focus on sustainability, CSR is not something that small companies

 
Nelson Mandela, The Leader I Never Met
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A long time ago, I missed an opportunity to meet our late, great leader, Nelson Mandela. This morning I woke up in China to find out he died 🙁 Nelson Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999, only one term! He was

 
Outsourcing Business Processes Overseas
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In times gone by, businesses were confined to a labor pool close to their base of operations. In some industries more than others, the need to find suitably qualified, competent, local staff continues to pose real challenges for business and other organizations. Particularly in more specialized areas, this can prove to be a considerable challenge.

 
Blog Action Day: Human Rights in 2013
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In the past I’ve written about Blog Action Day here and here. I feel guilty for not contributing from 2009 to 2012 in this very worth while cause. As a pioneer in teaching Blogging for Business seminars to both companies and private schools in South Africa, it’s my duty to promote blogging as a tool

 
Which Business Degree Is Right For You
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We’ve all heard about the value of getting an MBA or a BBA. It’s a fact that business majors usually go on to have relatively large starting salaries as compared to other majors. But merely getting a business degree may seem very broad. You may not feel very interested in the idea because you might

 
Early Years Exercise Key To A Healthier Life
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As parents, we all have a responsibility to show our children the best example. Whether it is in how we behave, or in how we deal with the challenges of life, parents have a massive influence on their children – on both a conscious and sub-conscious level. One area in which this is of potentially

 
Saving Money On Printing With Coupons
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  Printing is an essential element of the marketing strategy for many businesses, regardless of their sector or size. Printed materials help promote your brand, or carry your business messages. In some cases, it might be printing flyers, business cards or letterheads, or even promotional merchandise for particular campaigns and events. Each of these printed