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Microsoft hybrid work study: End productivity paranoia
Businesses are most concerned about productivity levels, while they should be focusing on re-recruiting their employees, a new report from Microsoft has found.
High-risk employee behaviours making organisations vulnerable to attacks
A new report reveals 60% of Australian employees believe links in business emails are safe snd 22% install unauthorised software on work devices.
Flow on effects of remote working benefitting Aussie workers
Remote working has helped soften the blow of excessive costs of living, rising interest rates, and the housing crisis.
Smartsheet reveals new product innovations during Engage
New features on data visibility, project control and third-party solution integration are in store for local Smartsheet customers.
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.
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.
Zero Trust, but verify - finding the OT in ZerO Trust
The move to remote and cloud-based technologies has shifted the goalposts for cybersecurity, prompting the need for Zero Trust architecture.
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
The four-day week is gaining traction as a new frontier in flexible work, but is it the answer? Employees across the APJ region weigh in.
Ivanti extends Neurons Platform to optimise digital employee experience
Ivanti launches Ivanti Neurons for Digital Experience, helping IT teams improve digital employee experience and gain insights.
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
Mantel Group expands its presence in the New Zealand tech industry with the opening of a new office in Auckland as part of its long-term growth strategy.
RDP attacks on the rise, Kaspersky experts offer advice
Remote work setups kept businesses afloat during the pandemic, but also led to an increase in RDP attacks, says Kaspersky.
How organisations can prepare for a post-pandemic workforce
Returning to the office post-pandemic? Here are three key considerations for managing the new hybrid 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
Dysfunctional collaboration practices are risking project success and client relationships, warns Australian Institute of Project Management and KPMG.
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
41% of small businesses have experienced a ransomware attack, according to a study by Software Advice. 27% of those targeted have paid the ransom.
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.