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Tech pros say security, troubleshooting and network management are the top technical skills needed to progress in their careers and, while they are wary of future challenges like cybersecurity threats and burnout, they believe an evolution in the IT operations of their organisations will create positive change.

Published in Security

British telco BT and Microsoft have announced a new strategic partnership designed to accelerate innovation across enterprise voice, cyber security and industry-focused services in sectors from digital manufacturing to health, "setting businesses" in the UK and around the world back to growth.

Published in Strategy

GUEST OPINION by Daniel HardingMaxContact’s Director – Australia Operations: Webchat, SMS and email can enable you to deliver better customer service but only if you invest time and resources to implement them smartly.

Published in Guest Opinion

Stating it is upvoting the land down under, Reddit is continuing its international expansion with dedicated, locally-based community, engineering and sales staff, as well as a country manager with Australia Reddit's fourth largest user base growing 40% YoY.

Published in Business IT

Once upon a time, a remote worker was a small number of people, most likely sales, who primarily operated on the road instead of one of your company offices. Today, remote working is a convenient and productive option - even a necessary one during a pandemic - for individual workers and the wider business. Yet, building a high-performing cohesive team is more challenging in this environment. Here are some options to tackle it.

Published in The Wired CIO

COMPANY NEWS: What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the term “project management”? Some really complicated stuff that scientists and engineers do? Most definitely. Some modern-day IT gimmick that startuppers are into? Highly likely. Another buzzword? Quite possibly.

Published in Guest Articles

COMPANY NEWS: What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the term “project management”? Some really complicated stuff that scientists and engineers do? Most definitely. Some modern-day IT gimmick that startuppers are into? Highly likely. Another buzzword? Quite possibly.

Published in Business IT

Whether you’re a small business, a huge enterprise or somewhere in between, Bitrix24 delivers an incredibly integrated online workspace with all the tools you need in one online suite, accessible from any device, with a virtual office, video calls, tasks and projects, a CRM, contact centre, website and online store builder, and more!

Published in Guest Articles

Whether you’re a small business, a huge enterprise or somewhere in between, Bitrix24 delivers an incredibly integrated online workspace with all the tools you need in one online suite, accessible from any device, with a virtual office, video calls, tasks and projects, a CRM, contact centre, website and online store builder, and more!

Published in Cloud

GUEST OPINION by Debraj Chakraborty Business Development Manager, Network & Security Services, South East Asia, Rockwell Automation:  One of the most significant changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has been the sudden shift to telecommuting and the rapid adoption of digitalisation. As the situation worsens again throughout Australia, the possibility of further restrictions looms large and again the role of automation and equipment efficiency enters centre stage.

Published in Guest Opinion

As the government begins to lift restrictions around the country, business leaders are now starting to grapple with the process of transitioning their employees from remote working to returning to the office environment. Jason Trevethick, Managing Director of Paxus and talentCRU, has extensive experience and knowledge in workforce management across a range of industries and company sizes. In this series, he shares his thoughts on the challenges we are now facing and how we can overcome these with an appropriate Return to Work Plan.

As the government begins to lift restrictions around the country, business leaders are now starting to grapple with the process of transitioning their employees from remote working to returning to the office environment. Jason Trevethick, Managing Director of Paxus and talentCRU, has extensive experience and knowledge in workforce management across a range of industries and company sizes. In this series, he shares his thoughts on the challenges we are now facing and how we can overcome these with an appropriate Return to Work Plan.

Published in Market

Australia’s competition regulator the ACCC has raised concerns over customer loyalty schemes including poor disclosure about how consumer data is used and shared, and the selling of insights from the data to other parties without consumer knowledge.

Published in Technology Regulation

Sydney-based communication company Curiious has closed a $2 million capital raising as it looks to scale up the global expansion of its multi-user, immersive learning and collaboration platform.

Published in Strategy

Worldwide shipments of wearable devices will reach 225 million in 2019, an increase of 25.8% from 2018 – and spending on wearable devices is forecast to reach US$42 billion in 2019, with US$16.2 billion of that spending on smartwatches.

Published in Market

Tic tac toe with a tango twist, virtual fishing with ocean sounds and a classic maze game are all part of the new app "A Better Visit" from Dementia Australia.

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 14 October 2018 16:25

The art of technical storytelling

Communication is an important skill for any leader. Splunk’s chief technology advocate Andi Mann gives his top tips on how to get your message across.

Published in The Wired CIO

The modern nature of warehouses and the need for faster and seamless processes to meet tighter deadlines, means that Manager must now be able to communicate with warehouse operators one-to-one, at any time, or with multiple workers, in multiple parts of the warehouse – all at once.

Billed not only as the No.1 smartwatch in the world, but the No.1 watch in the world, Apple Watch Series 4 is louder, thinner, with a larger screen, new fitness and health capabilities and more.

Published in Home Tech
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