Remote Working news stories - Page 2
Can't read, won't buy: globalization requires more communication than ever before
The global remote work revolution is helping businesses provide opportunities for people to “see” and to “be” in ways that before now were not possible.
Traditional security no longer reliable, SASE solutions on the up
"Consolidation and convergence are essential to driving the value proposition and re-aligning perception with reality."
Over 3/4 of organisations think they'll be breached in 2022
"As remote working and digital infrastructure threats persist, organisations should adopt a platform-based approach to optimise security."
Deel increases investment in Australia, expands into NZ
Onboarding and payroll firm Deel has continued its expansion across Australia and New Zealand, with new customers, alliance partners, and local employee hires.
Better tech key to adapting to the hybrid workplace - Adobe
The shift to hybrid work has been a boon for many information workers, but also comes with its share of challenges, particularly with regards to technology.
Zoom announces CX innovations for 'work anywhere' workforce
Zoom Video Communications has unveiled its latest innovations in the Zoom platform to help businesses improve customer and employee experiences.
Organisations changing the way they fund technology
Having the right technology has become mission-critical for organisations of all sizes in the digital economy.
Engaging technologies key to successful hybrid work environment
Adobe's Future of Time Report 2022 shows that engaging technologies are key to a successful hybrid work environment.
The rise of cybercrime - Over $300 million lost to scams last year
As remote work pushes more Australians online, the increase in cybercrime hits record-high rates, sparking significant concerns.
Nintex named a Market Leader by Aragon Research
Aragon Research identifies Nintex as a market-leading software provider of advanced Digital Transaction Management solutions.
Aus experts face record cyber threats, overwhelming workload
Organisations are seeking new ways to protect their expanding attack surface and maintain stability, according to Trend Micro.
Three tech tips to thrive in a remote work future
Whether for better or for worse, remote work is here to stay. The battle continues as countries grapple with uneven vaccination rates and new coronavirus variants.
Wage cuts for hybrid workers? New survey reveals surprising thoughts on remote work
New research from Poly has revealed that one in three Australian organisations believe it's fair to cut wages of remote and hybrid workers, with one in five believing remote working hinders career progression.
Ivanti study reveals employee sentiments about future of work
Focusing on technologies that improve employee and IT experiences is critical for ‘future of work’ success and retaining talent.
Hybrid work trend ensures another year of online vulnerability
Secon Cyber predicts 2022 will be another eventful year of vulnerability exploits, account takeover attacks, phishing, and ransomware.
Hands-on review: Logitech MX Master 3 mouse & MX Keys keyboard
We get hands on with Logitech's popular premium mouse and keyboard set that would suit a remote worker in 2022.
Why employees never want to give up remote work
While there is some desire to return to the office, most employees want to continue working from in some capacity, according to a recent report.
Why HR is becoming increasingly more strategic for business
Data-driven decision-making, employee experiences and the rise of HXM. The function of HR is becoming far more strategic to businesses.
Hands-on review: Logitech 4k Pro Webcam
With work from home (WFH) scenarios becoming more common place. We have a look at a high end webcam from Logitech.
APAC businesses lead the world in customer experience investment
Due to a pandemic-induced surge in new digital consumers and behaviours, Asia Pacific businesses are set to outstrip other regions in CX investment in 2022.
Report - the role of CRM for revenue and sales teams in 2022
The report reveals new insights into how sales organisations are equipping the modern seller to be successful in remote and hybrid-selling environments.
Two-thirds of employees feel more vulnerable to cyberthreats
Nearly two-thirds of employees believe that the switch to hybrid working has made them more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
How can a connected digital infrastructure help address chip shortage?
As the global semiconductor challenge extends into 2022, businesses continue to feel supply chain disruptions as they wait for chips to be available.
2degrees helps working Kiwis switch off with new app
New research by the company revealed that nearly half of New Zealand adults are looking for a better balance between their online and real lives but don't know how to achieve it.