Cloud computing 2018: How enterprise adoption is taking shape
A 2018 cloud computing study by IDG Communications, InfoWorld’s parent company, has found that organizations continue to increase their investment and evolve their cloud environments to leverage the technology to drive their business forward. With 73 percent of the 550 surveyed organizations having at least one application, or a portion of their computing infrastructure already… (0 comment)

I remember 20 plus years ago when I was getting my graduate degree in Special Education and a buddy of mine getting his degree in elementary education told me that his father, a school principal, said that I probably should not waste my time getting a masters in Special Education. He said that Special Education… (0 comment)

Toddlers learn constantly, and their little brains are constantly being creative. So, it's a great time to introduce art and nurture the creative side of the child. Art is many things to many people and that is no exception in children – a mud pie may be art to your 2-year old little cook. Simply… (0 comment)

Adoption red tape denies orphan a home
ALEXANDRA – A lack of professional capacity and despite tireless work by an elderly couple to take her into foster care, 12-year-old Lebogang Mokoka has never had a family. The child, who lives at Rays of Hope, a child and youth care centre in Alexandra just outside of Johannesburg, was abandoned at birth yet has… (0 comment)

BLOG: Parenting in the age of fear and judgment
The backseat of my family’s woodie wagon was one of my favourite places to play – and not just when it was parked. I can still remember spreading my toys out on the floor of the folded-down seats and playing as my parents drove us to our next destination – waving at passersby through the… (0 comment)