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Remote Working stories - Page 2
Empowering the hybrid workforce with the right technologies
Headsets need to be able to block loud background sounds that can often get in the way of working or videoconferences. Nobody wants to hear a lawnmower.
Spark selects new platform for workers
Spark NZ has changed the way their employees work by selecting a new customer experience company.
Remote work continues, and endpoint security cited as a must
Nearly half of workers will stay remote after the pandemic ends, and two out of three IT professionals are concerned with endpoint misuse, according to Prey Software's new study.
The ultimate remote working hardware and software kit
The Poly Studio P5 kit includes a quality webcam and a stereo headset, as well as cloud management software, Poly Lens, which provides robust tools to manage and track devices from anywhere.
Mobile devices biggest enterprise security threat - report
Businesses have left themselves vulnerable and open to cyber criminals in the rush to ensure their workforce could operate remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Developing digital skills in the hybrid workplace
47% of Australians miss feeling empathy from and for others because of the increase in digital interactions, with a similar proportion longing for small talk, humour, physical interactions and the ability to be honest.
Employer micromanagement during pandemic harming relationships - study
The pandemic had adverse effects on managerial relationships, micromanaging, and communication, according to new research from Blind.
Remote working is here to stay, but do business leaders trust employees?
Remote work is at a crossroads. While necessitated by the pandemic, workers have reaped the benefits of greater flexibility that they are now not willing to go without.
Three quarters of employees feel worse a year into remote working - study
Remote workers are still struggling with distracting working environments, stress and an always-on culture after a year of working from home, according to new research by Egress.
EPOS crafts quality audio solutions for all working environments
With many key business stakeholders unable to attend in-person meetings as easily as they once did, webinars meetings, and online presentations became a mainstay of virtual business.
Poly A/NZ on working from anywhere: Tips and tricks from industry experts
"The clarity in audio and beautiful video allows people to work better together."
Resellers must prepare customers as hybrid working sticks around
"Video conferencing will continue to drive meeting communications across a mix of remote working and phased office life."
90% of workers require more IT support when remote working
The role of the IT department is becoming increasingly important, with new research finding 90% of workers needing more IT support when working from home.
"Zoom anxiety" major problem one year into pandemic
"it’s clear that for many video calls bring with them their own set of challenges."
Managing health, safety, and security with visitor management systems
Investing in visitor management systems that capture and store relevant information in a secure database in real-time can significantly enhance existing security processes.
Hybrid working should not be business as usual - Microsoft study
A new report from Microsoft uncovers seven hybrid work trends every business leader must know as we enter a new era of work.
Overcoming the challenges of managing a remote workforce
Building important work relationships can be awkward in remote work culture. The key to overcoming the challenge is simply taking those initial steps.
New Dyson air purifier attacks indoor pollutants
Dyson has taken its problem-solving approach and applied it to the problem of formaldehyde.
Why business continuity must adapt to secure the new way of working
It’s now clear that unplanned digital transformation undertaken at the outset of lockdowns, no matter how justified, could have consequences that will be felt for the next few years.
Businesses more digitally savvy and sustainable since lockdown
Workplaces are operating more efficiently as a result of digital processes implemented because of Covid-19 working requirements, according to a new study.
IT leaders rehash remote work tools for long-term prosperity - LogMeIn study
The security and scalability of software and tools used to support remote working is being called into question by many IT leaders
Staff sharing sensitive company data through IM & collaboration tools - Veritas
Client information, HR issues and business contracts, plans, and COVID test results are commonly exposed.
Fujitsu designs new notebooks for the new style of working
“We had the perfect opportunity to put new working requirements front and centre."
How working life has improved due to COVID-19
While most organisations initially resisted the inevitable reforms that accompanied the crisis, virtually all of them eventually accepted that work could be done anywhere, anytime and by almost anyone.