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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.
“The future is rural for telecom operators looking to differentiate”
Speaking at CommunicAsia, Speedcast vice president said telcos need to start focusing on rural services if they want to keep ahead of competitors.
How to support a remote workforce without losing your mind
Distance makes the heart grow fonder, and apparently, is no longer an obstacle for team productivity.
Northland kura to get $19 million upgrade for modern learning spaces
The two projects will bring flexible teaching spaces to enable a modern learning environment & technology that will help connect Māori students.
Remote workforce grows more app-savvy, but email & phone remain kings
'Surprising' findings have been revealed about mobile workforces and the tools they prefer to use, and the results differ between generations.
The stats are in: Australian workplaces love autonomy but deny automation
A new study has shown that technology in Australian workplaces is contributing to flexibility - and also denial about the power of automation.
Is office culture hurting your chance at success?
How is office culture hurting your workplace, and how can remote working change that? "Working remotely helps me bounce ideas off others easier."
Superior customer service aim of the game with new Verizon solution
“Verizon is focused on enabling enterprises to transform customer experience, especially as more business is conducted online."
Unified Communications: the challenges and benefits according to Dell
“Organisations are increasing investments in unified communications platforms to support a growing remote workforce, yet they lack clear insights."
Are Kiwi businesses ready for remote working?
“Many organisations make the move to a remote work environment without sufficient planning and preparation for the transition."
Availability to the remote office: Myth or reality?
The perception is a data centre in a head office is capable of everything needed for the company; but can the remote office live up to expectations?
The truth about working from home
Flexible workers are recognised as often more productive than people working in the office.
10 great reasons to embrace remote working
It's better for you and your employer if work can be something you do, rather than somewhere you go.