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  • Windell, Anneke C.; Kroeze, Jan H. (Hempstead, NY : International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA), 2009)
    The main focus of this paper is to determine the impact of disruptive technology in the ICT environment and how new technologies can be managed in a secured architecture framework of organisations in the banking sector. ...
  • Modimogale, Lloyd; Kroeze, Jan H (2009)
    This paper discusses the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) within the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector in South Africa. It looks at the current state of affairs regarding the use of ICT by ...
  • Pretorius, Philip D; Madisa, Victoira G; Kroeze, Jan H (2010)
    This paper addresses the problem of an unacceptably high rate of abandoned calls at a centralised service desk of a South African telecommunications company. It uses a queuing methodology to design a system that may achieve ...
  • WCJ Grobler (The Global Business and Technology Association, 2013)
    This paper reports on a comparative study of poverty and the social cost of pollution among poor households in Bophelong. The level of poverty was measured and compared with the cost of pollution as revealed by citizens ...
  • George S. Oreku; Fredrick J. Mtenzi; Al-Dahoud Ali (2013)
    The growing rate of ICT utilization particularly the Internet and mobile phones has influenced at an exponential rate online interaction and communication among the generality of the populace. However, with the enormity ...
  • Van der Vyver, Charles; Jordaan, Dawid B (IBIMA, 2010)
    In recent years it has been widely recognized that water was managed with little regard to efficiency in its utilization and with no or very little effective pollution control. The amount of freshwater on earth will continue ...
  • Hedré Pretorius; Hermien Zaaiman (IEEE, 2013)
    Complex enterprise-wide projects often fail even when formal project management methods are followed. Project management processes and methodologies are well defined and described in academic and business literature. There ...

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