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Technology-driven strategies to reduce rostering and payroll complexity
According to research from Ceridian’s 2019 report on the Australian pay experience, 41% of employees felt issues with salary or pay was a main driver of workplace dissatisfaction.
Why enabling a remote workforce requires converging security at the edge
Data loss prevention (DLP) capabilities within a CASB solution have emerged as the most effective platform to prevent legitimate remote users from accidentally or maliciously sharing business data that could put an organisation at risk.
Trust is central to superior DevOps culture
New research in six developed nations, including Australia, found that the lack of a true DevOps culture was hindering development teams’ ability to develop more perfect software.
Eight positive technology trends to come out of COVID-19
The involuntary adoption of these technologies will have a long-lasting impact well beyond COVID-19, says SYSPRO Asia-Pacific chief executive officer Rob Stummer.
Green Light opens doors to new Auckland office
Sydney-based IT service provider Green Light has announced the opening of an office in Auckland in response to a growing need for on-demand, on-shore capability in New Zealand.
How cloud-based contact centres will ensure agents can work from anywhere
People need to be able to work from anywhere without compromising productivity or security, and while delivering a consistent customer experience.
Citrix and Microsoft expand partnership to accelerate "workplace of the future"
The multi-year agreement builds upon and expands one of the industry's longest strategic partnerships.
Global IT spending plunges, but will have faster recovery - Gartner
“Overall IT spending is still expected to sharply decline in 2020 but will recover in a faster and smoother manner than the economy."
Attack volumes, breach levels and security investment all rise in Australia
94% of 250 high-level executives around Australia surveyed in a report released today from VMware have noticed a surge in attack volume, which has, in turn, prompted increased investment in cyber-defence.
Orgs to take to the cloud post-pandemic, study shows
87% of enterprises will accelerate their cloud migration in a post-COVID-19 world reveals a study by LogicMonitor.
Rising to the contact centre security challenge in the era of COVID-19
Cloud based contact centres have enabled Australian organisations to keep on working through the coronavirus pandemic but, in a climate of heightened risk, ensuring the security of your solutions and customer data is a critical imperative.
Australians struggling with information overload as they move to remote working in wake of COVID-19
One in three Australian office workers do not feel equipped with the digital tools to move to remote working.
Chorus commissions new core routers as part of $50m network investment
"It’s our job to build for the future rather than solely adding capacity for today."
Natural disasters, card fraud Kiwis’ top security concerns
A study by Unisys reveals the security concerns of Kiwi consumers in the world of COVID-19.
Modern applications helping organisations succeed during pandemic
"For years now, businesses have been on a mission to digitally transform themselves and their operations. This year's global pandemic served as a barometer for the true state of that digital transformation."
Spark boosts rural wireless broadband capacity to meet COVID-19 demand
Spark has boosted its rural wireless broadband capacity in a bid to meet demand following the COVID-19 lockdown.
Software providers seeing light at end of pandemic tunnel
ABSIA’s report uncovers expectations of growth and innovation and technological change as the Australian economy emerges from the pandemic.
Video games market booming following COVID-19 related lockdowns
As an industry custom-built for people to stay indoors, it is understandable that the global video games market has boomed in the last few months, bringing huge profits for the leading gaming companies and their shareholders.
Microsoft to help NZ job seekers acquire new digital skills for the COVID-19 economy
"The digital transformation of the economy is driving demand for tech-enabled jobs across almost every industry and with it demand for people with digital skills."
Huawei ranks #6 among world’s most innovative companies for 2020
Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft and Huawei occupy the top spots, followed by Alibaba, IBM, Sony and Facebook.
Phishers cash in on the COVID-19 pandemic - how to avoid being reeled in
As the crisis continues to play out, the onus is on the rest of us to remain on high alert, to ensure our systems and data aren’t infected with another kind of virus.
HP Inc pledges to eliminate 75% of single-use plastic by 2025
This transition from plastic to molded fibre has already eliminated 933 tonnes of hard-to-recycle expanded plastic foam last year, according to HP.
Citrix partners with HPE to aid employees returning to offices
“Citrix is one of the partners that HPE is working very closely with to enhance existing solutions with components that are tailor made for COVID-19 response.”
Arrow ECS NZ reports mild profit increase in FY19
.After income tax expenses, FY19 profit reached $1.8 million, compared to $1.2 million in the year prior.