An organisations IT department forms part of its most pivotal pillars of operation, ensuring that the workflow between IT groups and various internal systems does so seamlessly and business stakeholders are well appraised. The sheer volume of data generated by these IT systems is rather immense and any organisation can least afford any form of error, especially human.
Billed as ‘SA’s biggest board meeting’, The Directors Event – futured by BCX and presented in association with the Institute of Directors in South Africa (IoDSA) – forms part of the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies profile. It is where senior management and C-level executives in South Africa’s business community come together to unpack major issues affecting the country’s economy.
The theme for this year’s conference is Building a sustainable new normal. High profile participants in three panel discussions will debate the revival of the South African economy, skills development and job creation on the back of 4IR, and the management of climate change to support the country in becoming self-sufficient.
The recent weeks have been a somewhat of an awards seasons for BCX – with the company having bagged four honours in the recent weeks.
The first one out of the list of four saw them recently announced as the 2019 Fastest Growth Partner in Africa by Veeam® Software, the leader in Backup solutions that deliver Cloud Data Management™.
The award recognised BCX as having the highest growth in Veeam sales during the last year.
Billed as ‘SA’s biggest board meeting’ The Directors Event – futured by BCX, and part of the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies profile – is where the business community comes together to unpack major issues affecting the country’s economy. This year, because of the Covid-19 lockdown, the sixth iteration of The Directors Event will be presented as a live-streamed web-conference on 20 October 2020. The theme for this year’s event is Building a sustainable new normal.
In this uncertain, unprecedented and frightening time of the COVID-19 pandemic, strong planning, and swift, professional action in the transforming digital landscape is vital to ensure society and business function as efficiently, safely and normal as possible, says BCX CEO, Jonas Bogoshi.
The outbreak of Covid-19 has already closed borders, forced schools and businesses to close, and left many under social isolation or quarantine to limit the spread of the virus.