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Dell launches two new productivity and communication tools
Capitalising on a growing demand for productivity and communication tools, Dell has made two new additions to its cloud client-computing portfolio.
Technology has arrived to transform your workplace into a collaboration hub
The first smart hub for group collaboration that transforms Polycom's iconic three-point conference phone into a powerful system is now available.
Toshiba targets wearable market with new Bluetooth devices
"As the market for wearables continues its rapid expansion, users are increasingly demanding low-power communication capabilities built into devices."
Sierra Wireless launches new, rugged, LTE gateway
he RV50 provides mission-critical LTE communication and remote monitoring for industrial IoT application, including utilities and infrastructure.
Teamwork at core of successful IT projects
“In many cases, it's not the technology that differentiates a successful IT implementation project but, how well the various teams work together."
Cyber criminals continue to target email: How you can stay safe
"Email remains the central mechanism for communications in both work and personal settings, transferring significant amounts of sensitive data."
Demand for connectivity to soar following 2nd wave of digital transformation
Ovum forecasts there will be 962.3 million fixed broadband subscriptions globally by the year 2020 which will represent a 43.5% household penetration.
xMatters launches partner program following ANZ ramp-up
Cloud-based communications vendor xMatters has launched a global partner program promising 'significant revenue opportunities' for partners.
It's about time: Govt launches Telco Act review
“This review is a critical step in ensuring we have a regulatory regime which supports growth, investment and innovation in these sectors."
The human body at the core of new wireless communication tech
New wireless communication technology that works by sending magnetic signals through the human body is on the horizon.
Enterprise communications market undergoing change
The dynamic nature of software-based communications is prompting vendors to improve development, sales and support initiatives, says Frost & Sullivan.
Behind the scenes of Kiwi distributor NZ Computer Sales
New Zealand Computer Sales was established in 1995 to provide New Zealand businesses and beyond with quality, affordable, ready-for-use electronics.
Social BPM and how it can improve your business
Social business process management is emerging as the next step in BPM evolution, but few organisations have implemented it effectively.
Sonus hosts Real-Time Communications 101 webinar
"From VoIP to IM and video conferencing to presence and collaboration, real-time communications is transforming the way businesses communicate."
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise dials up Enablis to drive cloud comms
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise and Enablis have joined forces to expand cloud business services in Australia.
Kordia partners with Vadacom for NZ's medium enterprises
Kordia's partnership with Vadacom bundles feature-rich phone system with lines and data for MEs - no capital expenditure required.
Toshiba develops new technologies, gears up for IoT products
Toshiba has developed two new process technologies for microcontrollers and wireless communication ICs.
Texting for business a vital communications tool
Text messaging is no longer just a consumer pastime, according to RingCentral.
Alcatel-Lucent urging partners to ‘think differently’
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise ramps up its local cloud services strategy and introduces co-opetition, new verticals and innovative commercial models.
Kiwi company chooses Dimension Data to boost productivity
Hawkins Group has chosen Dimension Data as its ICT services and solutions provider throughout ongoing upgrades to its communications technology.
Inmarsat boosts Skype offerings with Quicklink
Inmarsat has announced the Quicklink TX solution has been certified and approved under the Inmarsat Certified Applications (CAP) programme.
Avaya chooses new leader for Asia Pacific region
Avaya has appointed Mike Ansley as its new president of the Asia Pacific region. He will lead business and be responsible for the entire area.
Skype for Business to advance business communication
Microsoft has announced the next version of Lync will be known as Skype for Business.
How to speak geek like a pro
Alpha, Bravo, Charlie to the rescue. No, these aren’t superheroes who specialise in communication, they are none other than the first three letters of the phonetic alphabet.