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Remote workforce grows more app-savvy, but email & phone remain kings
'Surprising' findings have been revealed about mobile workforces and the tools they prefer to use, and the results differ between generations.
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So you’ve found a tablet that off the shelf appears to offer great value for money. But have you considered its total cost of ownership (TCO)?
La Trobe University: Using cloud and mobile-first to improve the university experience
"We want our staff to progressively work more closely with the academic side of the business & start working almost in a bimodal way on adding value."
Hands-on review: Asus Chromebit CS10 - a portable PC
This incredible little USB-sized device has been made to turn your monitor into a mini PC and was designed for your cloud applications.
TechnologyOne's Evolve 2016 conference brings the silver lining to enterprise cloud
“Our largest wins in 2016 have all been SaaS deals. This alone speaks volumes towards this market shift," said TechnologyOne founder Adrian Di Marco.
Dimension Data takes a closer look at mobile workforces and cybersecurity
“Because mobile users access the Internet on the go, they’re more vulnerable to attacks as they may not have the same level of security."
Dropbox unveils five new features for iOS to challenge the desktop
In a bid to make iPhones and iPads more productive, Dropbox are releasing an updated iOS app.
Enterprise purchases of hardware driving mobility revenues, IDC says
"Despite belief the mobility market is maturing, there is still plenty of opportunity to drive enterprise spend especially at the software layer."
Disruptive tech creating flexible working environments
"In order to attract and retain the best talent, organisations must be responsive to these changing operating modes."
EXCLUSIVE: IDC NZ tells where resellers can find the gold in mobility
There’s money to be made in mobility in NZ, with several key areas ripe for the picking. IDC NZ gives the lowdown for resellers.
The impact of IoT, cloud and mobility on data center power and cooling infrastructure
Take a snapshot of your data center’s current power and cooling infrastructure. In five years, it is likely to be radically different.
HP confirms pricing for Elite x3, reveals NZ availability
HP has confirmed the NZ pricing for the HP Elite x3, while at the same timing unveiling when the hotly-anticipated product will be available to Kiwis.
Video streaming issues high on consumer dissatisfaction list, mobility report finds
“Consumers have devised their own mental index to judge connectivity; time to content on video apps, sessions without interruptions..."
How CIOs can contribute to business performance by shaping the employee experience
The connector of staff and technology use, CIOs are the key to driving employee engagement, which has a direct impact on business performance.
Mobile collaboration: Why it's an essential part of today's business
One of the trends becoming mainstream is enterprise mobility and remote working, which means mobile collaboration is taking centre stage.
Air NZ 'pioneers' gate-to-gate Bluetooth for passengers
As of July 21 last week, Air New Zealand customers can now use Bluetooth devices 'gate to gate' on all its domestic and international flights.
How are ANZ businesses progressing their enterprise mobility strategies?
Mobile is the way of the future, but there's still a way to go yet until its full benefits are realised by organisations, says Red Hat.
How big acquisitions represent buying into disruption
The Softbank acquisition of ARM Holdings and the Unilever acquisition of Dollar Shave Club signify prospective acquirers buying into disruption.
BlackBerry Security Summit: IT decision makers concerned over mobile vulnerabilities
“BlackBerry recognises that security is a dynamic field, and even the best defensive strategies and technologies today may be inadequate tomorrow,”
BlackBerry Security Summit: New strategies for the communication firm
BlackBerry’s CEO opens the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York, addressing a packed crowd of security, mobility and IT professionals.
IN PICS: Inside the BlackBerry Security Summit 2016
We give you an inside look at today’s BlackBerry Security Summit 2016 taking place in New York City.
Pricing announced for HP's radical new mobility solution
Hewlett Packard's HP Elite x3, touted as "The one device that’s every device", is now available in the US for $799 - approximately $NZ1138 or $AU1064.
Is the 'smart office' the way of the future?
"Businesses that fail to keep up with the latest ‘smart office’ technology are likely to fall behind in terms of productivity and competiveness."