Mobility news stories - Page 2
Amazon Web Services / AWS
How Kiwi businesses can embrace a mobile workforce
As an early adopter of Amazon Web Services, Suncorp uses the public cloud to manage many applications and services central to its business.
Huge market for flexible working tech in NZ
Kiwi ICT companies will be a major beneficiary of an upcoming economic boom from growth in flexible working.
How AI can facilitate a changing workforce
"Technology, even AI, can’t replace human insight but it can help bridge the gap."
Exclusive: AI is the key to intelligent digital workforces
"RPA is considered to be one of the most transformative technologies in decades."
A three-step guide to achieving IT resilience
Ensuring that the IT infrastructure is resilient is critical for business success and completion of transformation and modernisation projects.
Three key technologies helping SMBs stay agile
With the growth of software-as-a-service products, SMBs are increasingly able to afford powerful tools that were traditionally barred to them.
Mobility is key to modern enterprise productivity
"The ability to work anytime, anywhere, is changing how employees work, how they communicate and how they collaborate."
Opportunities abound with Connected Workspace revolution – are you ready?
Ingram Micro has provided an eBook that provides insights from key vendors to help partners flourish in this burgeoning industry.
Zebra adds healthcare specialisation to partner programme
Zebra Technologies has introduced a specialised healthcare component to its PartnerConnect programme for healthcare tech providers in A/NZ.
BYOD / Bring Your Own Device
Is BYOD an expensive mistake for your business?
Security is one of the biggest issues with BYOD because of the security risk posed by consumer-grade phones.
Mobile management’s meteoric rise – and its top vendors
Mobile device management has skyrocketed as businesses seek aid in their mobility strategies - here's Mobile Mentor's insights and advice.
Lenovo’s new mobile workstation thinnest and lightest yet
Lenovo has announced the release of their newest workstation with a focus on sleek and thin design without compromising on power.
Targus targets NZ market with revamped products
In a release, the company says that it is aiming to benefit its channel and retail partners across New Zealand with their new look.
Apple ecosystem management systems on the rise in A/NZ
IT managers are creating a flexible and productive workforce with ecosystem management systems.
HP makes power mobile with new range of workstations
“HP is focused on designing workstations that meet the needs of creative and engineering professionals across different industries.”
Process excellence essential as businesses face unrelenting technological change
In today’s climate, it often feels like organisations worry less about processes and more about how people are getting the job done.
Govt escalates rural broadband completion a year ahead of schedule
Communications minister Clare Curran says she wants "people to know they don’t have to wait until the end of 2022."
Honeywell’s ‘Mobility Edge’ platform hits the A/NZ market
the new offering includes common hardware architecture and a suite of tools designed to support future mobility solutions.
Opportunity growth in mobility as importance of flexibility rockets
According to a survey by Hays Recruitment, 89% of employers and 96% of professionals say flexibility is an area worth thinking about.
Everything you need to know about Dell's new commercial PC portfolio
"Work is no longer simply a place people go. It’s an activity."
New platform solves growing 'empty office' problem
Due to a number of factors including an increasingly mobile workforce, most offices around the world are being severely under-utilised.
Spectralink releases new handset for businesses of all sizes
The 7502 DECT handset provides businesses with a robust and affordable solution that delivers superior voice communications and targeted messaging.
How Workplace By Facebook helped solve an avocado shortage
Many employees in major industries like retail, farming, and transport seldom have their own PC or even a company email address, but they do all have
57% of enterprises suspect their mobile workers have been hacked
iPass has released the results of a survey that sought to determine how companies are dealing with the trade-off between security and mobile workers.