Impact of Biometric Technologies on Mauritian Society

Biometric technologies have, somehow, controlled and influenced the every day life of Mauritians. Whether its adoption in personal and business transactions, security, law, enterprise or e-government, the advantages and usefulness of biometrics seem to have been decisively recognised in the Island. This article aims to discuss the impact of biometric technologies on the Mauritian society.… Read More

Do Mauritians Have A Private Life?

Almost every single day we are reminded just how little control we have left over our private lives and issues regarding our privacy. This, to a large extent, has to do with the fact that our lives have gone from being traditional reality-driven ones to digital and virtual ones thanks to the advancement of the… Read More

ONLINE PR: New media to Everyday media

What was not long ago known as new media has become everyday media. Public relations practitioners today are putting themselves abreast to the wide range of digital media channels to perform their daily tasks of communication. As Nicholas Negroponte (1996) wrote in Being Digital: “As one industry after another looks at itself in the mirror… Read More

Action for Children, UK: A Critical Analysis of Planned and Strategic Internal Communications

Since the last decade, the area of internal communications has expanded and is now recognised as integral not only to effective public relations practice but also to organisational success. Internal communications, specifically employee communication, has been credited as being integral to internal brand-building and integrated communication. While public relations is still viewed by many as… Read More