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BYOD programs set to skyrocket with the help of tablets
BYOD is becoming more common, and by 2018 Gartner predicts twice as many employee owned devices will be used for work than enterprise owned devices.
Paying too much for telecoms
Chances are, your company is forking out more than it should for telecommunications.
The never-ending security challenge... How do resellers stay on top?
In the constant battle to keep resellers out of customers' networks, how do resellers stay on top? Heather Wright talks to the experts about the future of security for resellers.
Mobility “fundamentally changing” the way NZ organisations do business
"Organisations are heading into a period of technology adoption where the traditional approaches to doing business are being turned on their head."
Unisys NZ: How to be a mobile trendsetter – again...
Need some pointers on walking the talk when it comes to mobile? Steve Griffin, country manager, Unisys New Zealand offers some pointers for you – and your customers.
APAC Enterprise Mobility market set for fragmented future...
"Enterprises across the region are realising it’s no longer a question of why, but a question of how when it comes to mobility adoption in their organisations."
Top 5 trends that will shape the future of ERP...
Businesses today are required to deal with technological advancements occurring at a pace never experienced before...
Employees don't stop being consumers at work... CEOs must digitalise
The industry is currently witnessing the rise of what Gartner calls the "business consumer" — an employee for whom business activities are one part of a wider lifestyle.
Kiwi firm rakes in "million dollar" savings through BYOD...
Savings of $1 million a year – and happier staff to boot – have convinced Cogent boss Ray Noonan he's on to a winner with BYOD.
Unisys: Treat your environment like hostile territory
In the new world of mobility and BYOD, it pays to trust no-one.
Endpoint: Just one of three security pillars
With the popularity of the BYOD and now BYOA (app) phenomenons for all types of enterprise, the world is continually challenged by the number of endpoints it must protect.
How CIOs can prepare for the new era of total mobility...
The need for a rock-solid, mobility-enabled network that reaches users no matter where they are is an investment priority for organisations, but what should enterprises be doing to prepare for the new era of total mobility?
Samsung NZ: Securing without stifling
Kiwi businesses must harness the wave of disruptive enterprise mobility technologies to improve workforce productivity and boost bottom line results – or risk being overtaken.
Is Microsoft's new Surface the 'iPad Killer'?
Why are we bullish on this model? It's more like a successor to the laptop -- but one that takes mobility quite seriously.
Microsoft NZ: Building trust into your business’ BYOD policy
David Rayner, director, consumer sales & marketing, Microsoft NZ, says the BYOD issue is not a future concern for small business anymore; it is a present reality that they have to deal with on a daily basis.
HP: The mobile workforce's network...
BYOD is putting a strain on legacy networks. Raymond Maisano country manager, HP Networking, Enterprise Group, HP South Pacific looks at how software defined networking can help.
Brocade: Changes bring channel opportunities
The networking industry is undergoing rapid change. Phillip Coates, Brocade systems engineer manager ANZ, looks at trends and how they are impacting the channel.
Why enterprises must embrace wearable tech...
Once widespread consumer adoption takes place, the enterprise is never far behind – whether it’s ready or not.
Riding the next wave of virtualisation...
To maximise the virtualisation opportunity, you need to address automation and increased workforce mobility, says Charles Clarke, Veeam Asia Pacific technical director.
Polycom: Unified communications’ top NZ trends
Oscar Trimboli, Polycom ANZ partner and channel director, talks exclusively to The Channel about visual collaboration.
March webinars to teach schools about N4L
The Ministry of Education in collaboration with Network for Learning (N4L) is hosting two free webinars on the 18th and 25 of March. The webinars have been arranged to provide advice and support to schools using digital technologies in teaching and learning.
Aussie SMBs set to take off with $5 international roaming
Vodafone Australia plans to surge ahead in the SMB arena by offering its business customers new plans that include international roaming for $5 a day across 46 countries worldwide including the US, UK, NZ, Europe and Asia.
FREE lunch invite - Dell Enterprise Forum Seminar Series
Dell is inviting a host of IT decision makers to its Dell Enterprise Forum Seminar Series in Auckland this month, where premium technical content is king.
Brocade predicts what is in store for 2014
During its 2014 Technology Insight briefing, Greig Guy, Country Manager for Brocade Australia and New Zealand outlined the top technology trends we should watch out for in 2014