Hybrid workforce stories
Confidence in security challenges of hybrid work improving
84% of IT professionals have some degree of confidence in their user access security systems to enable remote work securely and easily, up from 56% in 2021.
AI: The bridge across the generational divide
Coupled with changes in working style, Australia faces an impending skill and knowledge crisis as multitudes of baby boomers exit the workforce in the coming years.
The role of digitalisation in enhancing the employee experience
Many Australian companies are still in the adjustment phase, navigating what workflows, culture and collaboration should look like in a new hybrid environment.
Hands-on review: Bonelk Gaming Laptop Stand
Nowadays, having a half-decent office setup at home is more important than ever. Australian company Bonelk targets both home workers and gamers with much of its range.
Tablets & laptops
HP announces new portfolio additions for the printing and device markets
HP has announced a variety of new products that they say will help promote better hybrid work and collaboration solutions.
Nasuni launches Access Anywhere for hybrid working
Nasuni has launched Nasuni Access Anywhere, providing a new and secure file solution for hybrid and remote workers.
Hybrid working success relies on the return to office
A reluctance to return to the office is impacting a would-be hybrid working model, instead leaving businesses with a mostly-remote workforce.
Exclusive: The Access Group shares the benefits of embracing SaaS
In today's rapidly changing working environments, efficiency and productivity are surefire ways to create business growth and success.
Identity and Access Management
Pitney Bowes launches rebranded digital visitor management offering in A/NZ
Pitney Bowes has launched Smart Access Management (SAM), its rebranded digital visitor and contractor management offering in Australia and New Zealand.
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."
Why scalable networks are key to delivering consumer-centric outcomes
To be consumer-centric, an organisation must have IT infrastructure that adopts the strategy of the 'infinite enterprise'. Extreme Networks explains.
Secure access service edge
Enterprise IT needs to change the way it uses cloud
IT will continue to rely on the Cloud Continuum for its processes, and businesses need to follow suit to keep up.
The forgotten security measures in Australia’s rush to the cloud
With the ability to complete their jobs in a variety of locations and across devices, Australia’s employees have unlocked a raft of previously unconsidered conveniences.
Research finds Kiwis prefer real backdrops in video calls
New research from Natural Paint Co. has found that 74% of Kiwis prefer seeing a natural background behind people during video meetings.
How partners can participate in the new world of hybrid work
The operational reality for most businesses is now characterised by a new enterprise stack in which the cloud has become the new data centre, SaaS the new application stack, our homes the new office, and the Internet the new enterprise network that connects it all together.
Securing shadow IT – May the force be with you!
So-called "shadow IT" is often invisible to security and IT staff, making organisations' cyber attack surfaces bigger than they realise, and less secure.
Your tools, your choice: why allow employees to choose their own devices?
Jamf Australia says giving your team the freedom to work with their digital device of choice could help to attract and retain top talent in a tight labour market.
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.
Monitors are an excellent incentive for getting employees back
The pandemic has taught us that hybrid working is a lot easier than we would’ve thought, so how can the office be made to feel as comfortable as home? The answer could be staring you in the face right now.
Firmware attacks significant threat in age of hybrid work
Changing workforce dynamics are creating new challenges for IT teams around firmware security, according to new research.
How to tackle the great brain drain in the tech industry
Attracting and retaining tech talent in Australia and New Zealand is becoming increasingly challenging, with the 2022 Hays Salary Guide showing a startling 91% of employers facing a skills shortage.
The best ways to attract young talent during labour shortages
New research from Citrix reveals hybrid working and ventures into the metaverse are top of mind for Gen Z workers.
Why hybrid working is here to stay and how to ace it
Citrix's new report reveals hybrid workers are more productive and engaged at work than their office and completely remote counterparts.