One thing that doesn't end with a pandemic is meetings ... meetings, meetings. Poly’s P15 video bar helps you always put your best face forward with a 4K camera and loud integrated speaker that works with any video-conferencing app you’re using.
Accounting software provider Xero has revamped its flexible work policy.
Squint at your screen no more with the Epos Expand Vision 3T. This Android-based Microsoft Teams conferencing system turns any HDMI-based display into a conference room, whether at home or in the office. It provides the camera, speaker, and smarts; you provide the screen and Wi-Fi or ethernet.
As the pool of skilled talent diminishes in the Australian market, organisations cannot afford to take a misstep in their talent strategy, according to new independent research by one recruitment firm revealing that the impact of a bad hire is more damaging and costly today than it was a year ago.
SolarWinds today released its eighth annual IT trends report. Its findings paint a picture where organisations everywhere have exposure to enterprise IT risk, but where risk preparedness is being met with apathy and complacency as businesses exit their COVID-19 crisis mode. The opportunity is there for IT leaders and tech pros to steer their company's future.
DevOps value stream delivery and management platform Digital.ai's 15th State of Agile Report finds a strong increase in Agile adoption plus a desire for ongoing distributed working by most development and IT practitioners.
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.
COMPANY NEWS by Lancelot Guo, President, Ecosystem and Sales Operations, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence and Michael Tsang, Senior Director, Partner Account Management, Equinix Asia-Pacific Equinix: While we are still grappling with many uncertainties in businesses and lives due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear – organisations large and small have crossed the Cloud Rubicon.
Securing the remote workforce has become a critical, yet unexpected, priority for thousands of organisations forced to close their offices and workplaces in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Conferencing hardware manufacturer Poly has today announced the newest release in its stereo Bluetooth headset lineup, the Voyager Focus 2. The headset is a smart, wireless, headset with 19-hour battery life and Poly’s next-generation Acoustic Fence technology with advanced digital hybrid Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
A survey conducted by Unisys reveals that while leaders and employees agree that hybrid working is more productive, they feel it is not aligned on what is required to achieve it.
Planning approvals for data centres and warehouses will be assessed under a new accelerated pathway to help stimulate the State’s post-pandemic economic recovery, according to the government of The Australian state of NSW.
As Australia and New Zealand forge ahead in 2021 and mark a full year of remote work for many organisations, it is clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation globally and changed the future of work — likely permanently.
Best practices for security have not kept pace with IT teams still treating mobile security separately to overall enterprise security practices, according to US wireless provider Verizon, which warns that mobile devices are the biggest enterprise security threat, but have not been prioritised by the IT teams.
IT leaders are increasingly concerned about security and scalability of remote work tools adopted early in the pandemic to address the sudden shift to remote work, according to a study by remote support software specialist LogMein.
2020 was both challenging and disruptive for everyone. In Australia, just when we’d become optimistic about the economic and societal recovery after the devastating summer bushfires, the COVID-19 pandemic struck. For most organisations and their employees, two words summarise the year that unfolded as a result—remote working.
Thirty-five percent of security breaches in 2020 were caused by ransomware attacks, resulting in tremendous financial cost, while between January and October last year, 730 "publicly disclosed events" resulted in over 22 billion records being exposed, according to a report from security vendor Tenable.
GUEST OPINION by Daniel Harding, Director – Australia Operations, MaxContact: Being able to scale your contact centre operations up and down rapidly is a powerful advantage in uncertain times.
India’s enterprise mobility market will maintain a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5% between 2019 and 2024, driven by the rising enterprise adoption of remote working and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies, according to a new report by one global analyst firm.
The accelerated shift towards remote working will continue to create new opportunities for cyber attacks in the year ahead, according to one global security firm.
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