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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."
Is Australian demand for enterprise applications wavering?
Mobile is in the top three technology priorities for discretionary spending by CIOs in Australia in 2016.
Businesses need to take advantage of mobility, Wavelink says
“Mobility and apps, combined with social media and mobile payments, have fundamentally transformed how global consumers purchase goods and services."
Enterprise spend on mobile app development remains low
"Demand for mobile apps in the enterprise is growing, but the urgency to scale up mobile app development doesn't yet appear to be a priority."
BYOD fuelling growth in workspace aggregator sector
"Competition in the market is expected to intensify as the vendors are focusing on improving their delivery models with latest technologies."
Mobile workforce & social networking drive communications infrastructure growth
The mobile workforce and social networking will drive enterprise communication infrastructure market growth to more than 16% CAGR by 2020.
Why cloud mobile strategies will beat apps
With worldwide sales of mobile phones still surging, organisations that don’t have a mobile & cloud strategy will be left behind.
New release: HP Elite X3 - the one device that's every device
A revolutionary new device from HP for a whole new type of mobile workforce
In pics: Inside HP's new mobility range
HP NZ presented its new range of products targeted at mobile workforces in an intimate showcase in Auckland yesterday. We've got the inside looks.
Recruiting? You must go mobile, experts say
"By making the referral process mobile, organisations can maximise their chances of attracting the best talent."
Citrix and Microsoft target joint customers with refreshed strategy
“Our customers are asking Citrix and Microsoft to work closer together to help fully leverage innovations like Windows 10, Office 365 and Azure."
Aussie organisations need to up their mobility game
“Mobile is not a trend and it’s not going away. Companies would be well-advised to accelerate their mobility strategies where possible."
Local Melbourne business boosts customer service with online portal
Australian businesses are realising the power of personalised customer service via online portals that can be accessed on any device.
Study finds brands aren’t ready for consumer expectations on mobile
97 percent of brands believe that a good mobile experience impacts customer loyalty, yet 4 in 10 remain without a mobile strategy .
Workspace of the future: Polycom's James Ware provides insights
At the recent Imagine 2016 event in Auckland, there were many topics discussed, not least of which the power of collaboration and the future.
Mobility capabilities essential, says expert
Mobile capabilities are essential within the enterprise, as more organisations utilise technologies to create flexible work environments.
Cloud managed services all the rage with today's enterprises
"The cloud-based managed services market is experiencing significant growth due to the uptake of security, mobility and hosting services."
NZ healthcare sector going mobile
“We could see that we had a problem in the way that we gathered data, and how this was stretching our staff, so decided to go mobile with AMS."
Expense management needs to go mobile, says Concur
“Mobile tools empower employees to spend less time dealing with expenses and more time doing their jobs."
Cybersecurity remains biggest barrier to BYOD adoption
"While these threats can significantly impact the success of BYOD initiatives and place a burden on IT support staff, this is also an opportunity."