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February 19, 2021
‘Digital transformation’ - Should we still be talking about it in 2021?
By now we all know that digital transformation involves using digital technologies to make changes to various aspects of a business. But many companies are already doing this, and some organisational leaders...
January 25, 2021
How key industries are successfully navigating digital transformation
Across industries, businesses of all sizes embrace the digital economy to create value, increase efficiency, and adapt to stay ahead of competitors. Most notable are the healthcare, manufacturing, and financial sectors that have created disruptive...
January 22, 2021
How digital partnerships can enable business development
Gone are the days when small businesses need to sell their products to just the people who live or work in the immediate vicinity. Digital platforms and partnerships are empowering micro-companies to extend their offerings, fostering business...
January 14, 2021
SEACOM Appoints New Group Chief Digital Officer
Today, SEACOM announced that its current Chief Technical Officer (CTO), Claes Segelberg, has resigned...
December 10, 2020
SEACOM ANNOUNCES NEW GROUP CEO
SEACOM is announcing today that Byron Clatterbuck, who joined the ICT company in 2012 as its Chief Commercial Officer, and became SEACOM Group CEO in February 2015, has resigned and will be ending his tenure with the company on March 31, 2021.
December 09, 2020
Looking back on 2020 – how a difficult year has shaped the digital economy
2020 has been a transformative moment for many businesses and the digital economy - which has proven instrumental in the battle against the pandemic. The crisis pushed digital adoption forward in leaps and bounds in a short space of time...
December 09, 2020
Empowering our youth through education: STEM versus STEAM and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
In a fast-paced world where everything is constantly changing, education should also be transforming to keep up with evolving tech. Twenty-first-century jobs demand science, technology, engineering, and maths skills, as well as the capability to...
December 03, 2020
Why we don’t need to be depressed about the future of work
The future of work will look different; the World Economic Forum predicts that robots will displace 85 million jobs by 2025; but the good news is that they will also create 97 million new roles.