Technology news stories - Page 2
Monitors are an excellent incentive for getting employees back
The pandemic has taught us that hybrid working is a lot easier than we would’ve thought, so how can the office be made to feel as comfortable as home? The answer could be staring you in the face right now.
How to tackle the great brain drain in the tech industry
Attracting and retaining tech talent in Australia and New Zealand is becoming increasingly challenging, with the 2022 Hays Salary Guide showing a startling 91% of employers facing a skills shortage.
Hands-on review: Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance Starter Kit A60
Philips’ range of Hue smart lighting promises to make any home a smart home. Techday’s Darren Price checks out the Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance Starter Kit A60.
How TruSens air purifiers can create healthier workspaces
The pandemic has heightened our awareness of our own and others’ health, and made us all much more conscious of the environments we work in.
SolarWinds IT Trends Report highlights increased cloud complexity for businesses
SolarWinds' new IT Trends report has signalled a significant shift in the way businesses are dealing with hybrid cloud and infrastructure.
Getac adds two new mobile workstations to growing portfolio
Getac has added two new mobile workstations to its growing portfolio, hoping the devices will help increase performance and reliability when conducting complex operations in the field.
Helping Western Sydney Local Health District provide a new model of care in the fight against COVID
Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) and PwC’s Consulting Business came together to solve through the challenges of COVID-19.
Cisco Live showcases new offerings in its first hybrid event
Cisco Live 2022 has seen Cisco executives and customers take the stage to present a range of discussions in the company’s first-ever hybrid event.
Nine in 10 employees frustrated by workplace technology
Businesses face a potential workplace crisis due to inadequate technology, damaging employee productivity, mental health and the ability to retain talent.
How technology can level the playing field in the hybrid era
As businesses across the globe continue to grapple with the aftershocks of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s become crystal clear that the hybrid work model is here to stay.
Finance is on a new footing to improve internal customer service
Finance functions and leaders have marked 2022 down as a year for process improvement, writes Servicely’s founder and CEO Dion Williams.
Hands-on review: Morphée
Life in the twenty-first century has become a 24-hour affair. Morphée promises to help restore some balance to your life.
Knowledge graphs and digital twins to optimise supply chains
Organisations are increasingly seeing the potential in digital twins.
How AI and ML can help significantly enhance enterprise planning
AI and ML can take much of the hassle out of these often overwhelming business processes, and Jedox's AIssisted planning solution has proven on all fronts to be a notable example of this technology.
Google announces new version of Chromecast with remote features
Google has announced its newest version of Chromecast, featuring a variety of new features and a new look.
From the digital ceiling to a digital floor
The pandemic has upended all sorts of preconceptions – and the world of business has been far from immune.
Q&A: Behavioural Cues discuss what's next for voice analytics
Voice analytics has many familiar and established applications. One example is sentiment analysis used to improve customer service and call center operations.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Secureworks
Today we are joined by Secureworks CSO Ian Bancroft, and director and GM Demetrios Georgiou.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from rapidMATION
Today we are joined by rapidMATION CEO Shaun Leisegang, who talks about how rapidMATION's innovative solutions can help businesses thrive on their automation journeys.
TUANZ to address rural connectivity at 2022 symposium
TUANZ is hosting the Rural Connectivity Symposium for the first time in person since 2019, providing a forum to discuss the state of rural connectivity.
Getac and Optalert expand partnership to promote industrial safety
Getac’s ZX70 Android tablets will be used to support Optalert’s Eagle Industrial early-warning drowsiness detection system for use in mining and transportation.
South Australia state satellite makes significant progress
South Australia’s first state satellite has successfully completed the Critical Design Review (CDR), moving it closer to providing tangible data solutions.
CFOs using digital workers and AI to prevent unnecessary loss
New technology is now allowing CFOs to use digital workers to automate their accounting processes, making it easier for them to avoid unnecessary losses.
Hands-on review: MSI MPG Z690 Carbon WIFI motherboard
It’s all change with Intel’s 12th generation CPUs. We have a new chipset in the 600-series, a new socket with the LGA 1700, and new DDR5 memory.