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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

Why you need a solid IoT business strategy

In the face of accelerating global growth in IoT, many firms in Australia have yet to devise an IoT business strategy to help them connect and take part in the new economic opportunities that will be created by connecting just about everything.

 

Topics: Security Connectivity Network

Trends in technology driven by 5G

Plug in your headphones (or earbuds if you prefer) and strap on your seatbelt. The noise around trends in technology such as AR and VR, IoT, artificial intelligence, and robotics is fast becoming a deafening crescendo. The arrival of 5G promises a super-fast ride to a low-latency world where transformational and immersive technologies become an everyday reality in businesses everywhere.

Topics: Unified Communications Network 5G

MWC19 Day 3 – the “cool” stuff: Automotive


The world’s automotive industry is being revolutionised not just by electrification and moving off fossil fuels, but also by the increasing computerisation and connectivity leading us to safer driving and eventually autonomous driving cars.

Topics: News Transportation Network

Improving Aged Care with Mobile Devices

The aged care industry has been careful in adopting technology-based solutions, citing fears about the technology usage, complexity, reliability, support and the ‘dangers of the internet’. However, these concerns and debates around disruptive business models have tended to overlook the improved outcomes technology can deliver for aged care, such as better self-direction for aged Australians accessing care services.

Topics: Connectivity Healthcare Lifecycle Network