A survey of 1000 Australians — all so-called knowledge workers — during the year to October, has found that the use of workplace apps has increased significantly, with 69% using between 3 and 10 apps, while 17% had to juggle with more than 10.
GUEST OPINION by Paul Hooper, CEO, Gigamon: Buckle up... Everyone is looking to the future for positive news around a COVID-19 vaccine and a safe return to some sort of normalcy. Business leaders are no exception.
Electronic signature platform, DocuSign, today launched its newest research, identifying only 20% of Australian office workers strongly agree their employers have a plan in place as we approach a post-COVID-19 future.
Networking equipment manufacturer D-Link ANZ has launched a new router in Australia and New Zealand, that will make it easy for home users to create a high-speed wireless network even as the number of people in Australia working from home is on the rise.
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