Remote Working news stories - Page 1
Zero Trust, but verify - finding the OT in ZerO Trust
The move to remote and cloud-based technologies has shifted the goalposts for cybersecurity. It now needs to cover multiple people, devices, platforms, and networks.
Cybersecurity concerns higher than before the pandemic - report
BeyondTrust's new survey shows Australian organisations are more concerned about cyberattacks than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Four-day week: Perceptions across Asia Pacific and Japan
Workers across APJ want to be empowered to do their best work, wherever and whenever they want.
Ivanti extends Neurons Platform to optimise digital employee experience
“Organisations and IT teams need to provide an ambient and contextual digital experience for the growing hybrid workforce."
Sana Commerce builds online ordering portal for Food & Dairy Co
B2B eCommerce platform Sana Commerce says Sydney wholesaler Food & Dairy Co has gone live with its ERP integrated ordering portal.
Mantel Group continues NZ expansion with Auckland office
"Our desire is to offer real understanding to our New Zealand clients, and help provide solutions that better their business.”
RDP attacks on the rise, Kaspersky experts offer advice
"Given that remote work is here to stay, we urge companies to seriously look into securing their remote and hybrid workforce to protect their data."
How organisations can prepare for a post-pandemic workforce
The so-called 'new normal' office looks different to how it did pre-pandemic, and organisations need to take steps to better manage their post-pandemic workforce.
Customer service agents don't want to return to contact centres
A new report has revealed that 85% of customer service agents want to work full-time at home and not return to contact centre offices.
Globalization Partners to improve global talent hire
Globalization Partners says the global availability of its services will make it fast and simple for companies to hire and pay anyone, anywhere in the world.
Leadership out of touch with employee expectations - Microsoft
Sixty percent of managers in Singapore say leadership at their company is out of touch with employee expectations.
Why the success of client collaboration projects depends on addressing these five warning signs
New tools, applications, and software have enabled project collaboration to continue remotely, both between employees within an organisation and with its clients.
Hands-on review: EcoFlow River Pro Portable Power station
We get hands-on with an extremely versatile device that every remote worker or outdoor enthusiast should consider.
41% of Aussie businesses have endured a ransomware attack
Software Advice has released the results of a study looking at the effects of cyber security attacks on small businesses, finding that 4 out of 10 businesses (41%) have experienced a ransomware attack.
DocuSign, Microsoft expand partnership to accelerate anywhere work
The expanded global strategic partnership offers new DocuSign Agreement Cloud integrations and capabilities across Microsoft's business solutions.
RMIT Online identifies new trend dubbed 'the office clash'
As most companies return to work in post-restriction Australia, the conflict about the office's role between business leaders and employees is growing.
Q&A: Behavioural Cues discuss what's next for voice analytics
Voice analytics has many familiar and established applications. One example is sentiment analysis used to improve customer service and call center operations.
The world is your talent pool
As the world continues to digitise, the fact remains that there is a lack of experienced and skilled individuals capable of filling a wide range of roles in Australia and New Zealand.
NetApp launches Spot PC, a new Desktop-as-a-Service solution
This is a new managed cloud DaaS solution with security, automation, observability and optimisation capabilities, designed for the needs of today.
Successful digital transformation in the hybrid work era is about embracing shifting goalposts
As organisations embraced remote working, many discovered they lacked the infrastructure needed to support history’s first global load test of remote work capabilities.
Australia’s remote workers face connectivity and security issues
SOTI's new report finds better video conferencing technology and improved security measures are top concerns for remote workers in Australia.
How zero trust and SD-WANs can support productive remote working
The way people connect with applications and data has changed, users are remotely accessing resources that could be stored anywhere from a corporate data center to the cloud.
IT teams deploy powerful technologies to enable remote work
"We found that IT teams mastered the challenges of remote work last year in large part by employing powerful yet easy-to-use technologies."
How organisations can meet employees' changing expectations
The global employment market has shifted dramatically in favour of employees, sparking the so-called great resignation, in which people are leaving unsatisfying roles in search of greener pastures.