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Cisco unveils its top five strategic business pillars for 2018
The pillars were announced at the company's Cisco Live event in Melbourne.
Blueliv makes plea for cybercrime intelligence sharing across industries
With malware continually evolving, Blueliv says it's crucial that the 'good guys' begin to collaborate in the fight against cybercrime.
LogMeIn takes aim at UCC market with $342 million acquisition
The company will acquire UCaaS provider Jive Communications in a bid to bolster their collaboration portfolio.
75% using collaboration technologies: Polycom reveals key trends for 2018
Polycom has revealed findings from its latest research that shows collaboration technologies to be transforming business in 2018.
The new normal: Robots, hyper-collaboration and smart meetings
It is the convergence of people plus, not versus, technology that are now working together.
Case study: Microsoft empowers Kotahi, NZ's largest supply chain collaboration
“We knew we needed to be more digital. As part of our journey, we looked at how technology can simplify our interactions with customers and teams.”
Cisco snaps up BroadSoft in US$1.7b collaboration push
Cisco is acquiring BroadSoft for US$1.7 billion in a deal designed to enhance Cisco’s collaboration offerings.
Three tech giants to collaborate on advancement of 5G
5G is continuing its march forward after 3 major companies announced collaboration plans to expedite trials and wide-scale commercial deployment.
Struggling with digital transformation and mobility? Here's a guide
This expert says the majority of the billions of dollars spent by businesses on mobile tech is deemed 'wasteful spending' - here's how to do it right.
ALE serves up business partner onboarding for Rainbow platform
Alcatel Lucent Enterprise has introduced a business partner onboarding program for its Rainbow cloud collaboration service.
Ingram Micro sparks up Cloud Marketplace collaboration
Cisco Spark will be available on the Ingram Micro Australian Cloud Marketplace from the middle of this month.
Avaya's partners to exclusively distribute new meetings platform
The service aims to bring participants together from around the globe, across different systems and devices without investments in new infrastructure.
Fujitsu tech stores data locally at each location, not in the cloud
The Japanese ICT company draws attention to issues that arise when sharing data between multiple locations which is stored in the cloud.
"Good lessons" arise from Singapore business continuity test
Singapore’s financial sector conducted a massive business continuity exercise in order to test response to both cyber and physical attacks last month.
Data sharing, collaboration key to financial services security
"By collaborating and sharing data, financial services organisations can innovate better and get things done."
Interview: New NZ Cisco distributor as Cisco Spark kicks off locally
A licensing agreement with Spark NZ means Cisco Spark can finally launch locally - with Spark subsidiary Telegistics the exclusive distributor.
Telstra's Security Operations Centre launched in Sydney
Telstra’s Sydney Security Operation Centre is now fully operational, with Melbourne’s opening hot on its heels.
New Sony A/NZ solution built for today's bring-your-own-device workplace
Vision Exchange allows teams to brainstorm and work collaboratively through wireless sharing content from laptops and tablets.
SoftBank and NEC offer new business-oriented mobile network service
It can be used at locations where optical fiber lines are not provided or as an alternative to metal-wired lines such as DSL or digital access.
Civica finds that ANZ govt agencies desire collaborative IT systems
Australia’s local government organisations are after IT systems that are collaborative and can integrate with older systems, says Civica.
Cisco ends 2016 on top of collaboration market as Microsoft nips at heels
Cisco ended 2016 top dog in the overall collaboration market, despite a sequential uptick in market share for Microsoft.
The UC tussle between Cisco, Microsoft and Google - and they're just getting started
There is a true battle going on between the three heavyweights, with all offering unique products that are in fact subtly similar.
Slack launches attack against Microsoft with new product release
Slack are calling it one of their ‘most significant news announcements to date’, that will shape the future of work for teams and businesses.
Trello snapped up by Atlassian
“We’re as committed to our original vision and brand as we were on launch day but we now have more firepower to fulfill that mission.”