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The company today (ed: 10 March) announced it will operate under one name, Dimension Data, to better deliver the changing technology needs of its clients. “As the market around us continues to evolve, we are conscious of the need to remain relevant by delivering products and services that enable our clients to meet the increasing demand for personalisation and customisation. Leveraging technology is critical for businesses and our products and services play a vital roleRead More
ContinuitySA has moved into a new, modern facility in the Westway Office Park in Westville, just outside Durban to accommodate greater demand for disaster recovery and work area recovery facilities. The move was prompted by client growth, says Vimal Sadapal, Branch Manager: KwaZulu-Natal at ContinuitySA. “Responsible companies are placing growing emphasis on the need for robust business continuity plans and capabilities, and our new facility is a response to that need. It is ideally situatedRead More
ISO 27001 Training
ContinuitySA has announced dates for a new PECB-Certified ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Implementer training for 2020. ContinuitySA, says the course will provide delegates with the theoretical and practical skills to support an organisation in establishing, implementing, managing and maintaining an Information Security Management System (ISMS) based on ISO/ IEC 27001. In today’s Digital Age, information security has become critical to an organisation’s ability to compete successfully, and hence a key focus for regulators. Its prominence inRead More
With thousands of cases reported, and the World Health Organisation declaring it a global health emergency, the coronavirus has been making headlines. While the primary concern remains the spreading of the virus and healthcare for those infected, the potential effects on businesses are broader, says Padma Naidoo, General Manager: Advisory Services at ContinuitySA, Africa’s leading provider of business continuity and resilience services. “Organisations should consider both the direct and indirect impacts of the pandemic whenRead More
Risk Outlook 2020
ContinuitySA, Africa’s leading provider of business continuity and resilience solutions, says that as the risk outlook continues to be challenging, organisations should use their governance, risk and compliance (GRC) activities to create robust frameworks that support business resilience. “Last year, we noted that risks cannot be seen in silos, but rather as part of a complex whole. That continues to be the case, and it is clear that GRC activities can be used profitably toRead More