A new type of young workers called 'GenMobile' are forcing employers to rethink traditional work patterns and make the workplace more flexible and mobile according to fresh research.
Global network vendor Aruba Networks says the growth in mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets and laptops - and the many personal and corporate applications they support – has led to “significant adoption” in the Australian and New Zealand regional market of its next-generation Wi-Fi networking solution, 802.11ac.
California-based Application Networking vendor, A10 Networks, has appointed a Managing Director to lead its Australian and New Zealand business.
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