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Hybrid Work Models with Office Hubs Key to Talent Retention

Towards the end of last year, many business leaders were looking to the New Year as a time for the resetting of the corporate agenda and a gradual return to a working life that resembled pre-pandemic times. Of course, the rapid rise and takeover of the Omicron variant put an end to any such thoughts, with infections and case numbers surging to an all-time high across Australia.

Topics: Unified Communications Remote Working

Why Companies are Planning for Hybrid Office Hubs

As Australia eases restrictions and reopens its borders to fully vaccinated visa holders, the return of tourists and business travellers signals the start of a return to pre-pandemic times.

However, for companies across the country, the reopening of borders does not herald the return to traditional office-based norms.

Topics: Connectivity Network Remote Working

Wanted: A Resilient Technology Foundation to Support a Hybrid Workforce

You’ve seen the headlines: 83% of IT leaders believe the hybrid workforce is here to stay – TechRepublic; Rewriting the future of work with hybrid workplaces – PWC; The future of work is hybrid – KPMG. The global pandemic has created an appetite for more flexible work environments and greater flexibility is now considered essential.

Topics: Unified Communications Remote Working

Prioritise Security In Your Hybrid Work Model

According to a study by McKinsey, before the COVID-19 pandemic, 99% of executives expected their workforce to be on-site more than four days a week. Now most are planning to have employees on-site between one and four days each week.

Topics: Security Remote Working UEM

What Employees Expect from BYOD and Mobile IT

Back in the day – around about ten years ago – bring your own device or BYOD represented a bold move reflecting the new relationship technology played in people’s work and personal lives and the shift to a more mobile and always on work culture. Led by employee demand for the same level of technology performance at work as they enjoy at home, companies began to figure out how to allow employees’ smartphones, tablets, and laptop devices to access corporate networks while ensuring the infrastructure remains secure.

Topics: Intelligence Connectivity Remote Working