Cloud, Connectivity, Data Storage. We’ve all heard the terms, but what are the considerations when choosing these services for your business? Similarly, what are the differences between fibre to the business and fibre to the home? If you’re a business that handles any sort of personal data for your clients, how will the mandatory implementation of the Protection of Personal Information Act impact you? In this introductory episode of a new series called Unbundled, Jaco Voigt takes a deep dive into the explanations and expectations of all these factors. Brought to you by Catalytic

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08.01.21 Pt 2 - The team gets philosophical about wealth - it’s one thing to be rich, but does being wealthy require a purpose beyond that? If you're dead, firstly hard luck; secondly, a diamond encrusted coffin should be on your burial wishlist. Clare Petra-Matthes a.k.a. Gadget Gal joins the team to talk about the implications of WhatsApp's latest Ts & Cs, as well as 2021’s top tech.

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08.01.21 Pt 1 - If you’re an 80’s kid and still in decent shape, count yourself lucky that all the sugar added to food back then didn’t make you obese. Some families stay on holiday beyond New Year's Day, but there’s definitely a time to leave before the irritation factor sets in. With so much to look forward to in 2021, the team just hopes rich people will finally get themselves a decent internet connection and wi-fi to kill all the dead spots in their Shangri-La. And phone calls: in this the year to start imposing a time limit?

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06.01.21 Pt 2 - Is Twitter the best way to consume the news in the 21st Century? Everyone has become a medical expert during the outbreak of Covid-19, why are people not trusting the vaccine which is coming out? Why is it that rich people always have awful internet and no sense of how technology works? It turns out Cyril Ramaphosa has time to read while fighting a global pandemic.

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22.12.20 Pt 1 - Machines don’t make mistakes, and (with all due respect), you're the idiot if you forget your password. The team chats about which Christmas traditions are non-negotiable. Sam Smith is undergoing a transition and has a tricky request - because it needs a womb in order to be fulfilled. And pilots: heroes of the sky, or glorified bus drivers?

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What drives entrepreneurship? Often, the perception is that you cannot build a world class business unless you live in places like Silicon Valley or Stockholm; but after settling in South Africa in 2005, Thomas Pays became a serial entrepreneur, and created Ozow in the process. His latest brainchild aligns the unique African business landscape with global commerce needs, and aims to dismantle barriers between the two - before they even come up. It has been said that the art of business is helping people, and Ozow does just that. Made in France, perfected in Africa: Thomas Pays, CEO of Ozow Pays. Brought to you by Ozow.

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18.12.20 Pt 2 - The team ponders what it would be like to be able to take a photo of anywhere on Earth at any time in history. If people saw your day-to-day activity, how bored would they be? Tom Cruise has gone wild on the set of his latest film, and it's sensational listening. Finally, imagine this: you’re in your 40’s, and your parents throw away your pornography collection. Are you entitled to be upset?

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18.12.20 Pt 1 - Pediatric surgeons don't just fix the bumholes of children, have some respect! Boko Haram is really big on taking credit - it might not always be for the good, but they claim their actions. Norma Gigaba wasn't allowed in the bunker of her porn-addicted former husband's house. And an idea for the South African government: if you want a vaccine, maybe pay for it on time.

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It's that time of year when people will be driving to their holiday destinations, and George gives us tips on how to drive safely with a trailer. The Germans have thrown some prohibitive bureaucracy the way of Tesla, and it threatens to dent the earnings of Elon and his shareholders. Also in Germany, a delivery driver worked the system for 40 years - until the devil inevitably came for his pound of flesh… Plus: an app that will refuel your car at a location of your choice? Sign us up! Powered by AutoTrader.

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Timothy speaks to Cognitive Science researcher Cameron Berg from Yale University about his groundbreaking Personality Project that attracted the interest of Yale’s Crocket Neuroscience Lab, and how he and his peers from five continents and 15 countries hope to influence the world by offering personality insights that are grounded in science and technology. Discovering your personality outline can save you a lot of social and career heartache and pain.

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