Technobyte: An app that makes capturing business cards a breeze

Saphila is a biennial conference for SAP users to connect, create and collaborate, through sharing knowledge about innovations, implementation and service delivery.

Hosted by the African SAP User Group (AFSUG) Saphila is the ICT don’t-miss conference of 2017. AFSUG’s and SAP’s commitment to rethink, reassess and reimagine business for the digital economy, drives their search for what is possible.

With access to a world of first-class contacts and customers including CIO’s, CEO’s, Management Level IT Users, SAP End Users, Partners and Consultants you are guaranteed to get up close and personal with hundreds of potential customers and future business partners.

saphila2017.com

If you are someone who has a massive contacts directory on your phone and are frustrated every time you have to capture a business card then you need CamCard.

Use CamCard to capture all your business cards, and all the contact information can be quickly and accurately read and saved to your smartphone.

You can also exchange electronic business cards securely when meeting new people at meetings, tradeshows, seminars and other business social occasions. Go paperless now.

www.camcard.com

A Pew Research Foundation study examining the future of work and job training found a belief among some experts that artificial intelligence and automation threaten not just millions of jobs, but also the future of capitalism.

The non-scientific study titled “The Future of Jobs and Jobs Training” is the seventh in an eight-part “Future of the Internet” study being conducted by the Pew Research Center and Elon University.

More than 1,400 AI researchers, tech experts, professors, startup CEOs, and members of the general public responded to the survey.

imdiversity.com


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