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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.

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Both a source of competitive advantage and a threat to the status quo, the rapid rise of smartphones in the workplace has shaped today’s world of industry and commerce. The dynamics of enterprise mobility is heralding a new era of enhanced efficiency and productivity by streamlining communication, improving data accuracy, and eliminating unnecessary paperwork, all of which saves time and associated costs.

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Lockdown déjà vu? Meet bandwidth demands with an SD-WAN

In a digital world where customer experience is everything, the ability to meet the demands of customers for ever-shorter delivery times speed is a critical success factor.

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Leave ISDN behind with a smooth move to SIP trunking

It should come as no surprise for any business that ISDN phone lines are being phased out. Four years ago, Telstra announced it would be exiting the ISDN network, yet they tell us there are still 2,400 businesses using around 10,000 services on this old technology for business-critical needs.

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UCaaS is the breakthrough your office needs to fully embrace WFH

With Sydney back on lockdown, it seems that supporting your people to work from home is a sound business strategy, even if you’re not intending to support hybrid working for the long haul.

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