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Digital Transformation
Toshiba plans complete transformation - starting with a chief digital officer
The newly created position will lead a newly established business unit, the Digital Transformation Strategy Acceleration Division.
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Mobility
IDC predicts exponential growth for mobile solutions in 2018
APeJ spending on mobility solutions is expected to grow 5.3% year over year in 2018, reaching more than $540.7 billion.
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Mobility
Tech Data brings Lightspeed Systems to A/NZ with new distie deal
Lightspeed Systems is an education technology provider that partners with schools to deliver mobility and management solution programs.
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Mobility
7 reasons investing in mobility is crucial
“Organisations must embrace workplace mobility strategically to drive growth and innovation.”
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Mobility
28% of NZ firms say they'll pick up the pace on cybersecurity spending
"Two years ago, NZ organisations were focused on security at the perimeter, and end-point connections. Now there is a much greater understanding."
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Remote Working
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.
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Cybercrime
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.
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Internet of Things
Making mobile and IoT projects work harder through integration
SOTI explores how bringing disparate IoT projects together can drive value and how the channel can help to push that message.
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Mobility
Canberra security firm Penten scores $1.3m contract with Australian Army
“This advanced communication technology can be rapidly deployed to individual computers, which will change the way classified information is shared."
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Internet of Things
Amazonification of brick and mortar retailers: Why Aussie organisations must mobilise
Mobility is already mission critical in the retail space. Addressing it with a focus on integration will ensure you don't miss the mark.
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Mobility
Australian Federal Police look for tech solution to help users submit digital evidence
“Enabling members of the public to use every day mobile devices to upload audio, video and images provides real time interaction."
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Microsoft
Launch of Surface Pro LTE in NZ to revolutionise the 9-to-5 workforce
The much anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE has finally launched in NZ with a great opportunity for the channel to transform the workforce.
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Mobility
Forrester names VMware a leader in enterprise mobility management
VMware’s digital workspace platform, VMware Workspace ONE powered by AirWatch, scored the highest out of 13 vendors profiled.
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Internet of Things
Exclusive interview: ESET on protecting the mobile workforce
Expect to see more instances of ransomware, DDoS attacks and attacks against Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
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Mobility
Huge cloud turnaround spurs TechnologyOne's financial growth
The company added 112 new customers to the TechnologyOne Cloud this year.
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Cybersecurity
Opinion: Mobile security starts with a powerful AI-based scanning engine
This principal analyst from Camden Associates says the secret sauce to securing mobile users is AI-based zero packet inspection.
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Mobility
Ingram Micro NZ ramps up trade-in push with HP buy back
Ingram Micro NZ and HP have teamed up in an deal offering resellers an additional bonus for trade-ins when buying HP mobility devices.
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Mobility
Spark extends mobile coverage for the summer months
As soon as summer comes around, Kiwis all over NZ pack up their bags and get the heck away from cities, which is why Spark has made its move.
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Mobility
Samsung revamps its global leadership team
The company says the new leadership appointments will drive the next phase of growth for the company.
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Machine learning
Rise of 'tech-collaborative lawyers' redefining AU legal sector
Will robots be able to replace the role of the lawyer as the trusted advisor?
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Mobility
Ramco transforms Aussie business with ERP solution
Water infrastructure supplier Viadux replaces 8 disparate systems with the implementation of the ERP solution.
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Mobility
Jabra: Work from anywhere with your mobile office
Advances in technology are providing modern workers with greater opportunities to perform their jobs from any location.
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Mobility
New BroadSoft data centers break down office walls & empower anywhere working
BroadSoft has made its business cloud communication suite available worldwide through several new BroadCloud data centers throughout EMEA and APAC.
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Artificial Intelligence
The inevitability of AI: How to prepare for jobs that don’t exist yet
"Disruption in the world of work is indiscriminate and inevitable, and everybody must be prepared to adapt to stay relevant."