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GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Head of APAC and Japan at Ping Identity: In an increasingly digital and online world, consumers have come to expect relatively frictionless experiences when undertaking transactions.

Published in Guest Opinion

COMPANY NEWS:  Aussie Broadband has been ranked 16th in the 'Best Workplaces in Australia 2021'  list (medium business), by Great Places to Work.

Published in Market
Monday, 23 November 2020 12:03

The benefits of the ‘new normal’ workplace

GUEST OPINION by Christian Lucarelli, VP Sales Asia Pacific, Nintex:  If you’ve been wondering exactly when the working world will return to normal in the wake of COVID-19, the answer is now clear – it never will.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by Brendan Maree, Vice President Asia Pacific at 8x8: As Australia emerges from its COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, businesses are coming to terms with how they will need to operate under ‘new normal’ conditions.

Published in Guest Opinion

Discover how you can proactively manage your workplace to keep employees safe, avoid shutdowns and ensure compliance.

Published in Guest Events

Discover how you can proactively manage your workplace to keep employees safe, avoid shutdowns and ensure compliance.

Published in Strategy

Peak data demand on the National Broadband Network's main wholesale access service has eased as Australians start returning to schools and workplaces, although peak throughput on the main NBN wholesale access service remains above the pre-COVID-19 baseline.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

WEBINAR INVITE from TDL: As we emerge from lockdown, the workplace will look very different and long-term remote working is likely to feature heavily. While some workers will be counting the days until they can head back to the office, others will be wishing they could stay in their home offices permanently.

WEBINAR INVITE from TDL: As we emerge from lockdown, the workplace will look very different and long-term remote working is likely to feature heavily. While some workers will be counting the days until they can head back to the office, others will be wishing they could stay in their home offices permanently.

Published in Security

In the effort to keep employees productive and the business running, the rapid switch to remote workplaces during the current COVID-19 outbreak has left public and private sector organisations vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to one global IT security vendor.

Published in Security

Workplace transformation is top of mind and growing exponentially within Australian and New Zealand businesses, becoming a critical differentiator of better staff wellbeing and business outcomes according to a new report from Indian outsourcing giant Infosys.

Published in Strategy

Workplace wellbeing is a primary concern among business owners, with new research finding investment in connected technology and smart office design is vital to attracting and retaining talent.

Published in Strategy

Australia’s Fair Work Ombudsman has launched a virtual hub providing resources for small business owners seeking information about their workplace obligations.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 22 March 2017 11:40

Australia tops the charts for flexibility at work

Australia is one of the world’s most flexible countries to work in with 90% of Aussie companies now offering flexible working benefits, according to a new study which shows that being able to work from anywhere boosts employee productivity.

Published in Strategy

Internal security threats, provoked by the growing popularity of open plan office spaces, are causing concerns for Australian businesses already worried about the security of data and IT systems, according to newly published research.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 16 February 2016 10:31

Dropbox joins initiative on diversity in workplace

Dropbox has partnered with Diverse City Careers (DCC) in an initiative to encourage diversity amongst Australian workplaces.

Published in Enterprise Staff

A survey has revealed the Australian IT sector has only just scraped into 10th spot in the Top 10 ‘Most attractive industries’ list for the first time!

Published in Enterprise Staff
Thursday, 26 March 2015 22:08

Gen Ys like the idea of ‘going it alone’

Australia’s Generation Ys – those born during the 1980s and early 1990s – are a ‘freedom loving’ bunch more likely to consider quitting their job to work for themselves, and also claiming that corporate loyalty is an outdated concept.

Published in Recruitment

It seems the gender imbalance in the ICT industry is alive and well, with half of IT professionals in Australia believing women in the industry do not have the same career opportunities as men.

Published in Recruitment
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