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Working from home the new normal for some

As we said in our article at the end of June, love it or hate it, remote working is here to stay. The coronavirus pandemic has acted as a catalyst rapidly forcing many companies to embrace a work-from-home model. With no miracle cure for COVID-19 on the near horizon, for many employees, working from home is likely to be the new standard.

Topics: Management Unified Communications Connectivity

How 5G will impact different businesses

As we mentioned in our recent posts on technology trends and adopting IoT and 5G in your enterprise mobility strategy, 5G is set to make a major impact on businesses and transform just about every industry.

Topics: Connectivity Network 5G

UCC and telehealth: treating patients at a safe distance

Long touted as the future of healthcare, telemedicine is now front and centre in the face of the global COVID-19 health emergency with telehealth now being used as a key weapon to fight the spread.

 

Topics: Unified Communications Connectivity Healthcare

How to solve technology challenges of remote working

As we discussed in our recent blog, modern technology has made remote working a real and workable possibility for many more Australians. It's become invaluable today in helping to cope with the COVID-19 emergency as many are mandated to work from home (WFH).

Topics: Security Management Intelligence Unified Communications Connectivity Lifecycle Network

Boost productivity for remote workers with unified communications

The current global health emergency has changed how we all work, and made the ability to work remotely and work from home (WFH) an imperative.

The good news – amongst the gloom – is that over the last decade, advances in technology have led to the emergence of flexible workplace practices and remote working. For many employers and employees alike, it’s a significant win/win. And today, that means that moving your workforce to WFH is significantly easier and quicker.


Topics: Unified Communications Connectivity Network