Separate surveys undertaken by Deloitte Access Economics and consultancy firm Oakton suggest that better use of collaboration tools could significantly boost the performance and competitiveness of Australia businesses.
Biztech Consultancy offering world class Odoo (earlier termed as OpenERP) solutions to enterprises seeking effective business solutions to streamline their business functioning and grow faster.
Gone are the days when a PABX was a costly piece of proprietary hardware that needed proprietary handsets if you wanted to make the most of its features and functions. Today you can buy a software PABX that will run on a Window server and that will offer you all the features, and some, that you could get from a traditional PABX costing much more.
Last week we talked about the need for enterprises to embrace collaboration tools, but to do so by implementing professional, enterprise grade tools and not to let employees exploit consumer grade products that lack security and many of the features that enterprises need.
In a recent posting on Telstra's blog, CEO David Thodey extolled the importance of communication and collaboration among the company's workforce. "When it comes to internal communication use everything you have available – the company intranet, social media, internal newsletters, town-hall style meetings, video, face-to-face, online collaboration tools," he said.
Last week we looked at renowned futurist Mary Meeker’s take on what’s coming up in the next few years in the world of IT. This week we take a look at the prognostications of Australia’s own Ross Dawson, courtesy of Intel’s IT security subsidiary, McAfee, which has commissioned him to produce a report ‘Intel Security: Safeguarding the Future of Digital Australia in 2025’.
The annual Internet Trends report from renowned technology analyst Mary Meeker is eagerly anticipated, highly regarded and very influential. She has just released the 2014 version. What insights does it contain for Australian small and medium enterprises?
It started off being a nice little earner for telcos: selling customers mobile broadband enabled tablets in addition to their smartphones. In most cases that's two regular monthly payments, both including data quotas of a few gigabytes each.
CIOs aren't simply CIOs. They come in many flavours. Wikipedia lists four: plain vanilla CIO, the one we all know and love. The guy, or gal, whose full time job is looking after an organisation’s IT systems and, increasingly, looking forward to what role IT should play in helping an organisation achieve its goals.
The report provides a review of the mergers and acquisitions, partnering deals and agreements entered into by companies active in the global wine market.
Organisations today have many tools for internal communications: phone, email, instant messaging, video, presence. Combined they come under the umbrella of ‘unified communications'. These tools are very useful but much more so when they underpin an enterprise collaboration strategy.
There’s a host of compelling reasons for taking that big box called the PABX that provides your business telephone systems and putting it in the cloud
The WCMS market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.78 percent over the period 2013-2018.
Dimension Data, an ICT solutions and services provider, announced today that it has won the contract to provide outsourced IT support to Codan Limited, a company which designs, manufactures and markets a range of best-in-class electronics solutions for global markets.
SoftCo combines SoftCo Cloud with ABBYY FlexiCapture Data Capture to Enable Providers to Extend their Services
Gen-i and Microsoft have launched an outsourced unified communications service for Australian government agencies.
Sliding Mind, a new technology provider, who delivers inspired, innovative solutions for IT help desks, today announced TrackPath, a new solution that eliminates the guess work involved in recreating the application problem when a user contacts the IT Help Desk.
CA Technologies and Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, today announced a partnership to establish a global Energy, Carbon and Sustainability Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) service. The partnership, which brings together the expertise of Capgemini’s rapidly growing and successful Business Process Outsourcing Business Unit and CA Technologies' leading CA ecoSoftware solution, will help customers better manage complex sustainability data collection and increasingly challenging reporting demands, enabling them to focus on sustainability strategy and carbon reduction activities.
Following the demerger of its FM business, Dalkia UK outsources infrastructure and applications services to Hitachi Consulting