A phenomenon known as "Shadow IT" has grown out of pure necessity as tech-savvy staff look for their own solutions to problems.
The season to be jolly is also the season to get teams motivated again and recharge the batteries, writes Auguste Coetzer.
Only 39 of the "Pikachu Illustrator" Pokemon trading cards were ever made - and one was purchased recently for $54 970.
How do you convince someone to put down the iPhone, pick up a Stratocaster, and keep playing?
If you're willing to strap on a headset and headphones, virtual reality can immerse you in another world.
America is home to an unprecedented amount of wealth, a divergence that has made income inequality a household phrase.
Fashion industry insiders whipped out their phones as a pair of bizarre attendees popped onto the runway.
They are a little-known presence in many operating rooms, offering technical expertise to surgeons installing new knees.
Abax Investments is giving precious-metal stocks the short end of the stick.
Nigeria's money-changers are going underground as the authorities try to bolster the naira and crush a black market for foreign currency.
Forget the stagflation of the 1970s. Higher oil prices would be a boon for the global economy, according to Goldman Sachs.
Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago says SA's volatile rand could be impacted by changes in America's monetary policy.
Robertson Winery workers are determined to continue their fight for better working conditions despite reaching an agreement with their employer.
Dams are filling up in some parts of drought-hit KwaZulu-Natal, but Richards Bay is still feeling the pressure.
SA's revenue service stands accused of holding the economy to ransom as VAT refunds are delayed - sometimes for up to a year.