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Thursday, 25 November 2021 12:00

Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise launches new desk phones

COMPANY NEWS: Communications, cloud, and networking solutions provider Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has launched a range of desk phones.

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Cyber Acoustics has been producing premium audio products for a fraction of competitor prices for 25 years. In this age of telecommuting, you might find Its USB speakerphone and USB speaker bar makes all the difference in clear and effective communication.

GUEST OPINION by Garett Paton, Director, Data Protection Solutions, Dell Technologies, Australia and New Zealand:  In Australia, cybercrime is an increasing threat, with the 2020-2021 ACSC Annual Cyber Threat Report estimating an attack every 8 minutes.1 Targeting everything from critical national infrastructure to sensitive personal data, the economic and social impact of cyber-attacks at this pace can be astronomical.

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The market size of enterprise mobility in Australia, in terms of spending opportunity, is set to reach US$1.4 billion in 2025, forecasts data and analytics company GlobalData.

Remote hiring company, Deel, announced it has raised $US 425 million in Series D funding taking its total amount raised to over $US 630 million and now valuing the company at $US 5.5 billion. It has become the highest-valued company in the global hiring, payments, and compliance space.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 28 October 2021 13:05

It's time to plan your hybrid work strategy

GUEST OPINION: Australia is opening back up and employees will be returning to the office but expecting new ways of working. It’s important to set a solid platform that will evolve with you. Crestron has solutions to help.

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GUEST RESEARCH: Nitro Software, a global document productivity software company accelerating digital transformation in organisations around the world, today released its 2022 Productivity Report, which explores how the pandemic has transformed productivity, workflows and digital initiatives, as well as the trends and technologies shaping work in 2022 and beyond.

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Global document productivity software company Nitro Software has released research which it says shows that while there is some desire to return to the office, most employees want to continue working from home (WFH) in some capacity and expect employers to offer remote work options post-pandemic.

Published in Enterprise Staff

Spending on IT around the world is projected to total US$4.5 trillion (A$5.98 trillion) in 2022, the technology analyst firm Gartner says, adding that this would be an increase of 5.5% from 2021.

Published in Development

The annual cybersecurity report from Acronis has arrived, showing companies, IT managers, remote workers and more seriously struggling with cyber fitness, packing on the security vulnerability kilos after 18 months on the COVID couch in what is a MUST READ report for every modern company.

Published in Security

GUEST INTERVIEW: In business for nearly 50 years, Crestron today has incredible range of audiovisual, automation and integration technologies for business, education, government, enterprise, the home, and for remote and hybrid work, and we spoke to Crestron's Director of UC and Enterprise, Max Davies, to learn more.

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GUEST INTERVIEW: In business for nearly 50 years, Crestron today has incredible range of audiovisual, automation and integration technologies for business, education, government, enterprise, the home, and for remote and hybrid work, and we spoke to Crestron's Director of UC and Enterprise, Max Davies, to learn more.

Published in Business IT

The Cyber Acoustics HS-2000 headset is a no-fuss, business-grade USB headset that fits comfortably, has an adjustable boom microphone, and brings clear audio to all your online meetings and music.

GUEST RESEARCH: Jamf, the standard in Apple Enterprise Management, has announced the results of an independent global survey, conducted by Vanson Bourne, of 2000 employees and 500 IT decision-makers (ITDMs) on the importance of employee choice and the future of work. Key findings reveal that 87% of respondents surveyed said choosing their own work device was of importance to them, so much so that 89% of respondents said they'd be willing to sacrifice part of their salary for it.

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COMPANY NEWS by Singtel:  As remote work continues to be a norm in Singapore, the ability to keep connected with employees and customers anytime and anywhere have become a must have for businesses. With this in mind, Singtel is to the first operator based in Singapore to offer the Unified Communications (UC) Direct Connect service for Microsoft Teams, giving businesses the option to use Microsoft Teams as a key mode of communication by integrating their business contact to their Microsoft Teams. Its functionality integrates with Operator Connect for Microsoft Teams that was launched by Microsoft today.

Published in Market

Australian organisations are struggling with network breaches, ransomware attacks, remote work, and more, according to the latest network security report from cloud security and data protection solutions vendor Barracuda.

Published in Security
Monday, 30 August 2021 10:34

Xero revises flexible working policy

Accounting software provider Xero has revamped its flexible work policy.

Published in Cloud Accounting

The majority of Australian businesses are open to hiring people from across Australia and having them work remotely, following a 283% spike in remote work job postings since the beginning of the pandemic, according to research by one recruitment company.

Published in Recruitment

Research by Ceridian HCM Holdings shows the majority of executives plan to increase their teams within the next 12 months, that remote work will continue, that the gig economy will increase, and AI will play a big part in the recruitment tools of the future.

Published in CIO Trends

GUEST OPINION by Leon Adato, Head Geek, SolarWinds: Although they can be seen as one of the most change-adverse industries known to man, the banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) sector has adapted surprisingly well to the pandemic. As things worsened last year, some of the larger banks took decisive measures to provide devices and remote work arrangements, to safeguard employees and retain operational capability.

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