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Veritec celebrates opening of Canberra HQ
Veritec’s new ACT headquarters is now open for business in North Canberra, bringing a new collaborative workplace to the company’s expanding team.
Barnardos commits to IT improvement with Nintex support
Child protection organisation Barnardos is boosting its IT services through the deployment of Nintex cloud process platform, Nintex Promapp.
Social software & collaboration ripe for innovation, says Gartner
“The future of social software and collaboration will leverage new capabilities like social analytics, virtual personal assistants (VPAs) and smart machines,” says Gartner's Craig Roth.
Mobile-first communications lead to huge productivity gains, study shows
“The slow adoption of most corporate-issued collaboratiokn platforms and the lack of support for secure mobile messaging should be a waeup call to business leaders that they need to view mobile first as their primary employee communication and collaboration channel."
Cricket Australia forges new bonds through Microsoft Teams
It started with a rollout in Cricket Australia’s national technology team, leading to the establishment of 40 Teams across the technology group.
Why Microsoft's Slack beater is winning hearts and market share
A concise overview of Microsoft's Teams product and why it will be at the heart of business in 2019
PUBG Mobile teams up with DJ Alan Walker on new track
Earlier this month, players logged into PUBG MOBILE and participated in an in-game event with Alan Walker challenges.
Dropbox champions A/NZ data sovereignty with local service
Dropbox has launched its local hosting environment for Dropbox Business customers in Australia and New Zealand, providing more options for those customers to store their files onshore in Australia.
Dropbox fuels collaborative workspaces with latest updates
Dropbox is introducing what it calls the ‘biggest user-facing change in the company’s history’, as it moves to become a central collaboration platform for teams, tools, and content.
Blue Prism looks to future of collaboration with new launch
Blue Prism has launched a new online community and has also added ecommerce capabilities to its Digital Exchange service.
Why businesses should ban email attachments
"When people are working from an outdated version of a document, they can waste time, make errors, and potentially risk the success of the project they’re working on."
Microsoft Teams’ eight new and upcoming features
After taking Best in Show at Enterprise Connect, Microsoft Teams will be seeing eight new capabilities over 2019.
Polycom & Plantronics rebrand to Poly, a new UC powerhouse
The name change comes after last year’s Plantronics acquisition of Polycom, a deal that was worth US $2 billion.
Cloud communications turns US$45b collaboration market on its head
It comes as little surprise that cloud is continuing on its disruptive path – this time in the collaboration market.
Surface Hub sleeker sequel set to ship in 2019
Surface Hub 2S was built for customers who want the original Surface Hub experience in a lighter, thinner, more vibrant design.
Opinion: Market collaboration is imperative in the hyperscale data center era
Schneider Electric's Frank Nash discusses the history of the data center and what needs to happen for the next step.
Agritech firm releases open-source water monitor built on Raspberry Pi
“Essentially we are giving away water management technology. There are very few people who understand how to design and build these technologies."
PM commends Pacific leaders' commitment to region's security challenges
"Modern-day regional security challenges include climate change, cybercrime, and transnational crime,” says PM Jacinda Ardern.
Microsoft intensifies efforts to fuel intuitive workplace collaboration
Microsoft is leading the charge for teamwork and collaboration through a number of changes designed to fuel the modern workplace.
Exclusive Interview: 8x8 - more than just UC
8x8 shows no sign of slowing with its cloud-based communications platform. Brendan Maree explains how it got to where it is today.
Collaboration tool APIs leaving organisations vulnerable
Alongside the migration to the cloud has been the rise of application programming interfaces (APIs) and artificial intelligence (AI).
Dropbox extends seven partnerships as demand rises for third party apps
Dropbox has extended partnerships with Canva, Final Draft, Frame.io, Getty Images, Marvel, Shift.io, and Widen.
EXCLUSIVE: Ingram NZ adds disruptive 8x8 solutions
"The addition of the 8x8 brand broadens our offering in the platform space and enables our partners to create tailored UC solutions.”
Govt cloud service provider Vault opts with Mellanox and Cumulus
Vault Systems has chosen to work with Mellanox and Cumulus Networks in providing a cloud service fit for a government.