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Why enterprises must embrace wearable tech...
Once widespread consumer adoption takes place, the enterprise is never far behind – whether it’s ready or not.
Nadella fine-tunes Redmond hierarchy with senior reshuffle
"There’s a lot of work ahead of us and I am counting on every single one of you to bring your "A" game every single day."
Gartner: NZ IT spending set to smash $11 billion mark
"Consumers will be purchasing many new devices in 2014; however, there is a greater substitution toward lower cost and more basic devices than we have seen in prior years."
Which came first? Mobility or the cloud?
"My honest answer is that I don’t think of the cloud and mobile as two things. They are two facets of one thing. The cloud was created to enable mobility. And mobile devices are really uninteresting without the cloud."
Gen-i asks… Will Modular smartphones save the world, and your wallet?
Google recently sold Motorola, effectively cutting their losses and exiting the smartphone hardware business. However, they kept one piece of it...
Riding the next wave of virtualisation...
To maximise the virtualisation opportunity, you need to address automation and increased workforce mobility, says Charles Clarke, Veeam Asia Pacific technical director.
Mobility growth drives new Tait Communications partnership
"Mobile technology is growing in importance for our clients’ operations as they seek to become more efficient and proactive in the field."
Gen-i rings changes to unleash mobility benefits
"The market has shifted from being simply about the provision of mobile connections and handsets."
Mobility got Captain Cook, where will it take you?
Mobility’s played a pretty prominent part in getting us to where we are as a civilisation.
Are you managing your workforce mobility?
There are two ways to introduce mobility into your workforce: planned or unplanned. But regardless of the approach your organisation is taking, there is one certainty –mobility is happening in your company and it is here to stay.
Microsoft NZ: Trends in workforce mobility
We’ve all seen it – employees working at home, individuals working on laptops and tablets in cafés, workers triaging emails on their mobile phone.
'Good' news as mobility provider wins Aussie BYOD contract
Good Technology reveals that Slater & Gordon Lawyers has deployed Good for Enterprise (GFE) to support the firm’s fleet of corporate and BYOD smartphones and tablets.
Gen-i: Mobility is moving fast, Kiwi firms must keep up
Businesses that don’t prioritise integrated mobility solutions are at a real risk of losing their competitive advantage.
Taking an expert look at NZ’s enterprise security landscape
For New Zealand organisations across every industry, security has never had such high visibility.
Get ahead in business with Aerohive's wireless office
Upon leaving Madrid-Barajas Airport, Aerohive Networks' Director of Product Management Matthew Gast had an epiphany.
Top business and technology trends for 2014
Businesses looking to overcome current market challenges could benefit by following the key trends predicted for 2014 according to UXC Eclipse.
Taking back control of the network
We’ve all used a personal device to check work emails or edit a confidential document – regardless of whether our employers approve.
Lack of corporate investment in enterprise mobility
Despite organisations embracing mobile devices for business as a top priority, only 29% have tested how well their core applications actually work on mobile devices.
The Channel investigates Forrester Distributor report: Part 3
Decreasing profitability is a big concern for distributors who feel the growing adoption of cloud and mobility – and the proliferation of smart devices – will continue to increase pressure on them a report from Forrester Research says.
How convergence can reduce stress on legacy networks
Virtualisation, mobility and the move towards cloud computing are placing unprecedented levels of stress on legacy network infrastructures, presenting network administrators with serious challenges.
An IT trend too far as SMBs struggle
One of the biggest IT challenges for SMBs across ANZ is trying to keep up with new trends such as cloud and mobility.
NZ Govt IT spending to hit $1.6 billion
As government IT spending stays flat through out the world, the Kiwi market is expected to grow almost 1.4% this year.
Enterprise mobility future
A $20 mobile paradigm was one of the visions touted at IDC’s recent Enterprise Mobility Conference, as Heather Wright discovered.
Mobility: Productivity for businesses
Encourage customers to think mobility strategy, rather than BYOD, cautions Otto Ruettinger, Lenovo Australia and New Zealand director, SMB.