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New, collaborative ICT conference comes to Wellington
Next July a major ICT conference will take place in Wellington. Known as ITx, the event will bring together 12 tech-related conferences and bodies.
The future of work is here – but are organisations ready?
Executives who are peering into the distance waiting for the future of work to arrive would be well advised to spin around: because it’s already here.
CENZ aims to help Kiwi educators get on top of tech
Beginning on 28 September, CENZ15 has been designed to help educators broaden their approach to professional learning.
BYOD and UC&C adoption shows no sign of slowing down
In recent years, BYOD has blossomed in the consumer space and proceeded to move steadfastly into professional settings, disrupting the traditional wor
Microsoft Office 2016 is here. What's new and what's coming soon?
"These latest innovations take another big step forward in transforming Office to a connected set of apps and services designed for modern working."
Clarizen seeks collaboration with local resellers
Collaborative work management vendor Clarizen is on the hunt for local resellers as it launches its assault on the local market.
Dissatisfaction drives employees to the dark side of tech
Dissatisfaction with business collaboration tools is driving employees to turn to unsanctioned and unsecure technology, and driving up shadow IT.
Social BPM and how it can improve your business
Social business process management is emerging as the next step in BPM evolution, but few organisations have implemented it effectively.
Polycom: Creating the workspace of the future
“We get the most traction with our NZ based customers when we are helping them to create what can only be described as true workplaces of the future."
The real IoT and the power of the platform
"The growing use of the new term IoT suggests a transition in the evolution of connected devices, with accelerating scale and scope."
Samepage challenges Evernote at its own game
Samepage launched earlier this month as ‘the world’s first contextual engagement platform’ and has already announced new features.
Talent crucial in cloud-first, mobile-first world
The days of having engineers sell systems to customers because they own the technology are over says Dave Wilson, Cisco.
Former HP manager joins Mitel, targets NZ channel market
Mitel says Bruty will be responsible for leading the company’s growth in the New Zealand market, managing the channel and working with partners to drive theirs and their customers’ success.
Polycom predicts the future of the NZ workplace in 2015
Collaboration technologies are ushering in a next generation workplace that is more productive, efficient and delivers meaningful cost savings to organisations of all sizes across New Zealand.
Collaboration in the Enterprise: Facebook trumps the rest
The tool you use in your personal life, might just be the next generation of enterprise collaboration tools.
Custom apps enable customer engagement and collaboration
The Good Technology Mobility Index Report Q3 2014 shows enterprise mobility is moving toward custom apps and iOS tablets.
Smart sets the bar high for collaboration
Westcon Imagine 2014 - Smart by name, and Smart by nature, Smart Technologies is upping the ante with collaboration tools it says upends disengagement and frees staff from unproductive meetings.
Nine evergreen criteria to enable mobile collaboration
Westcon Imagine 2014 - Mobile collaboration offers the opportunity to speed up business communications, improve mobile and remote worker engagement, and create new revenue streams while shortening sales cycles.
Workshare introduces secure collab app for iOS (oh, and hey, potential distributors, look here)
Workshare introduces iOS collaboration app.
Research groups sign trans-Tasman agreement
KiwiNet and CSIRO sign agreement to co-operate on tech projects.
Sharing is caring for start-ups
Shared workspaces cutting costs and boosting collaboration among SMBs.