Technology that powers the new era of workforce flexibility
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APAC CEOs emphasise the need for workers to be agile
CEOs are aware of how AI and automation are affecting workspaces and employees’ growing demand for flexible environments that reflect these changes.
Huge market for flexible working tech in NZ
Kiwi ICT companies will be a major beneficiary of an upcoming economic boom from growth in flexible working.
GitHub & the power of a truly global workforce
Look beyond the code on GitHub and you’ll see a huge community of people from almost every corner of the globe contributing to more than 96 million repositories.
Remote working: The ticket to happier and healthier employees?
Businesses that allow employees to work remotely also reap the benefits of increased employee productivity, happiness and health.
Opportunities abound with Connected Workspace revolution – are you ready?
Ingram Micro has provided an eBook that provides insights from key vendors to help partners flourish in this burgeoning industry.
Keep your employees on task with cloud-based desktop surveillance
Controlio is a cloud-based surveillance system that tracks web and application usage on Windows PCs.
As NDB takes hold, expect to see more breach reports come to light
In light of Australia’s NDB legislation, one Australian technology integrator says we can expect to see many reports surfacing over the coming years.
Microsoft perfects remote team collaboration with Surface Hub 2 launch
The environment around us is shifting – towards open offices, huddle rooms, and team workspaces.
Australians choose better work / life balance over better pay
“Employers are fast realising these non-monetary benefits help to build a satisfied, motivated, productive and loyal workforce.”
The rise and rise of remote working
70% of small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) are providing their employees with access to business systems and tools to work remotely.
Why mandating strong cybersecurity for your remote workforce matters
Employees who use unprotected public or home internet connections are putting their organisation, networks, assets, and intellectual property at risk.
One in five NZ businesses offer flexible work hours for parents - MYOB
60% offer some form of flexible work options to staff – including almost one-in-five that make specific work arrangements for staff who are parents.
Aussie tech integrator says remote workers are a threat to corporate security
Remote workers are adding to the risk of corporate security data breaches according to tech integrator RBC Group.
Facebook & Amazon have better authentication methods than enterprises, say IT pros
Facebook and Amazon may have better authentication methods than the average enterprise, some IT professionals believe.
Are remote workers really the answer? Report finds huge security issues
The swelling generation of mobile workers is causing headaches for IT staff with more than half connecting to unsecured networks every week.
Polycom on workplace diversity and multi-generational workforces in Australia
66% of Australia’s population, an estimated 11.8 million people aged between 15 and 64 years - now make up our workforce.
Unlocking the benefits of leading a multi-generational workforce
Diversity – and not just gender diversity – brings different ideas, backgrounds, and assumptions to the table.
Palo Alto Networks offers business tips for Cyber Smart Week
As Cyber Smart Week continues, Palo Alto Networks is highlighting some of key factors that introduce risk into an organisation.
Three ways businesses and employees can stay smart online
It takes just one unwary employee to share their password or plug in an unauthorised device to put a company at risk.
Fujitsu tech stores data locally at each location, not in the cloud
The Japanese ICT company draws attention to issues that arise when sharing data between multiple locations which is stored in the cloud.
IGEL introduces UD Pocket for Apple Mac to simplify remote working
“Up until now, the only way that enterprises have been able to access the IGEL OS has been through their x86 Windows-based devices."
Kiwis keen on flexible working – but only if it doesn’t hinder their career
"From slower promotion pathways to less access to learning and development, there's a feeling the career of employees who work flexibly can suffer."
Polycom case study: How remote working helped me adopt a lifestyle change
Often when I tell others I work from home, they ask me how I stay motivated or not end up in front of the TV (or fridge) all day.
Gender inequality: Narrowing the gender gap through flexible working
Women, during their child bearing years (25-44) earn up to 40% less than men in the same age group, regardless of whether they have children or not.