Month: July 2019

British Airways (BA) is on the receiving end of a GDPR fine of £183m from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), following a 2018 security breach.

This is the biggest fine ever handed out by the independent body set up to uphold information rights, and the first to be made public under new rules.

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There are occasions when conflict can be impossible to avoid. There are occasions when conflict isn’t necessarily a bad thing. There are ways in which conflict can be resolved, but it’s often best of you can avoid conflict completely, and certainly before it becomes toxic.

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South Africa is a well established market, with a highly developed economic infrastructure, a strong services sector and economy that grew at 2% during 2015, up from 1.5% in 2014. And although the country still has some major issues as far as unemployment, poverty and inequality are concerned, the economy is still set to grow across 2016 and 2017.

And this growth means South Africa has the most sophisticated and developed economy in Africa, and is regarded as being the ‘gateway to Africa’ for investors.

In comparison to other African nations, it also has the following plus points:

  • comparative sophistication
  • ease of doing business
  • continental expertise
  • base for critical services for doing business in the rest of the continent

So it’s no wonder many high-profile UK investors such as Barclays, BAE Systems, BP, British Airways, Shell, Unilever, Virgin and Vodafone.

And if you want to join them, you’ll need a cost-effective and reliable international teleconference provider.

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Have you ever dumped anyone by text? If not, you might find yourself doing so sometime soon – from today you can dump your mobile phone provider and switch to a better deal by simply sending a text.

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