Remote Working news stories - Page 3
Aussie businesses warned of impending cyber attack amid international tensions
According to expert commentary, Australia's alliance with the United States puts it directly at risk from cyber hackers in the wake of Ukraine's ongoing standoff with Russia.
70% of ANZ companies struggle with hybrid work - ADAPT
ADAPT has called on Australian digital leaders to adopt five practices to improve employee experience amidst severe and lasting skills shortages.
As the threat landscape evolves, SASE security models may be the answer
"This survey confirmed that organisations have a gap when it comes to users, devices, and access security. To bridge this gap, organisations should progress to a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture."
Employee engagement on the rise in Australia and New Zealand
“Organisations across Australia and New Zealand continue to make great progress in maturing and evolving their employee experience to address their team’s evolving needs."
Zoom's Sydney office pilots 'employee-led' approach to the future of work
Just 1% of Zoom's workforce wanted to work full time in an office in 2021. Now the company is piloting new 'workstyles' to improve employee satisfaction.
More than half of organisations face gaps in their zero-trust implementations
The shift to work-from-anywhere has spotlighted zero-trust network access, as organisations need to protect important assets from workers connecting from poorly protected home networks.
New Citrix study says employees prefer remote work to office work
According to a new poll conducted by Citrix, nearly 80% of employees say they would rather work in a hybrid way, and more than 70% would prefer to remain fully remote.
The state of the SOC: skills shortages, automation and gaining context remain a challenge for SOCs
The security operations centre (SOC) has been on the front line facing the pandemic-induced escalation of cybersecurity threats in the past eighteen months.
New Linksys 5G outdoor and industrial routers ready for ultra HD, large-scale IoT, VR , AR, and smart cities
Linksys has launched new 5G outdoor and industrial routers with a comprehensive approach to network connections.
Acer unveils a trio of Chromebooks for families, students, and hybrid workers
Acer has unveiled three new Chromebooks designed for users needing an affordable device for productivity, entertainment and communication.
Zoom releases a host of new features and updates, including video voicemail and workspace reservation
Zoom has announced several new updates to Zoom Meetings, Chat and Phone, to create focused and customisable meeting experiences.
IT leader predicts HR tech trends for 2022
With 2022 guaranteed to show continued growth and development in HR tech software, Nick Bailey from WorkForce Software lays out several key insights for the year to come.
IGEL releases support for VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Linux
IGEL has announced support for VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Linux, simplifying device management from a single view for greater visibility and compliance.
More than half of Kiwi businesses fell victim to cyber-attacks this year
More than half (55%) of New Zealand businesses have fallen victim to ransomware attacks in the last year, according to new research.
Employers looking to mesh technology with hybrid working following COVID-19 lockdowns
"Programs will need to leverage technology to ensure businesses can connect with their employees regardless of where they are."
RingCentral survey reveals how Aussie workers feel about hybrid and remote working
Australian workers are anxious about a possible return to the office, while business leaders and decision makers called to offer wide scale support for hybrid and remote working.
Zoom unveils a load of new updates and features
Zoom has unveiled a raft of new updates and features to its platform, including enhanced slide control, advanced polling, and attendance status.
Remote work will be driven by managed services going forward
Reflecting on the past year, it’s clear that remote work played a significant role in maintaining business operations across A/NZ.
29-year-old EY finalist founded and bootstrapped world's fastest-growing pdf software company
Kiwi entrepreneur Max Ferguson, founder of software company Lumin, is a finalist in the 2021 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
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Dell shares insights helping organisations navigate the hybrid work future
Dell has shared insights to help organisations in the Asia Pacific and Japan navigate the hybrid work future.
Business leaders and employees disagree on the future of work
Business leaders are significantly more satisfied with how they have adjusted to new working norms than employees, new research has revealed.
Remote employee surveillance is dangerous territory
Electric monitoring of home workers by companies is rising rapidly with more bosses using software to monitor remote workers.
Fortinet unifies zero trust, endpoint, and network security for a work-from-anywhere workforce
Fortinet has announced a new security solution to enable organisations to secure and connect work-from-anywhere.
New Zealanders unaware of common cyber scams, not taking basic precautions
Despite best intentions, most New Zealanders overlook key steps to protect sensitive data.