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Workspace in the era of digital transformation: Top trends for 2017
Ahead of the new year Oliver Bendig, CEO of Matrix42, has shared insights into the defining technologies for the IT workplace in 2017.
Smart tracking tech: prepare for the next 10 years of evolution
Current tracking tech can pinpoint GPS accuracy to within a few metres. It will get much more powerful in the next decade, Daniel Lewkovitz says.
Multi-factor authentication to be the norm by 2020
Multi-factor authentication has become commonplace as a number of industries, particularly the govt sector, is looking to strengthen security measures
Meet the five vendors leading in the smart city space
"This technology is anticipated to impact most global cities, wherein huge machines, sensors, actuators, and other objects will be interconnected."
Four Cloud and Disaster Recovery trends for 2016: Is your organisation prepared?
With the adoption of the Cloud, the backup and Disaster Recovery industries have grown significantly of late - here are four emerging trends.
From student tests to innovative learning: Top EdTech trends of today
"A growing number of educators are talking about how technology is able to free them up to holistically transform how they teach."
Global data center equipment market to be worth $72 billion by 2020
The global data center equipment market is driven by rising demand in telecommunication and the rising virtualisation in network environments.
eLearning is changing as we know it - but how?
Hybrid learning, the convergence of processes, uptake of cloud-based solutions, and development of analytics are key trends impacting eLearning.
Healthcare sector drives cloud analytics market growth
"The cloud analytics market continues to grow, driven largely by the uptake of text analytics and an increasing demand from the healthcare industry."
Are Kiwi businesses ready for remote working?
“Many organisations make the move to a remote work environment without sufficient planning and preparation for the transition."
Deloitte's biggest business and consumer technology predictions
Cognitive technologies, virtual reality, pro-PC millennials and the proliferation of smartphones will have a significant impact in 2016.
SD-WAN market growth not letting up
The software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) market is steadily growing as enterprises embrace mobility and look for ways to reduce expenses.
Tech trends and business leaders influencing the channel
"As organisations continue digital transformations, channel partners must expand their engagement with customers to focus their effort on LOB leaders"
Where is Wi-Fi headed?
It’s impossible to remember a world without Wi-Fi. The ability to connect users to a wireless network is one of our most significant developments.
DDoS suspicions run rampant in enterprise space
A number of companies have accused their competitors of staging Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against them, according to new research.
The digital economy is here: What it means for the enterprise
“To survive, and ultimately be successful, organisations will need a robust integration foundation that can bridge the physical and virtual worlds."
Changes and challenges impacting the ANZ channel community
The ANZ channel community is facing a number challenges, including cloud technology, new distribution models, and the growing IT skills gap.
What will the data centre of the future look like?
Cyber security, sustainability, and cloud and fog computing are key trends that will shape the way the data centre of the future will look and operate
Defining trends that will shape the enterprise in 2016
Businesses are on the cusp of major digital transformation, as all departments invest in tech and even traditional enterprises embrace digital change.
Security, big data, smart machines to shape tech sector in 2016
It’s a given that technology will be ubiquitous in every aspect of business, but how it will be used and the impact it will have is up for discussion.
Dramatic shift taking place in enterprise technology space
"This shift, due to a society that demands a people-friendly user experience in the workplace, will blur the lines between the enterprise and life."
IT infrastructure at the core of biggest new tech trends
According to CenturyLink, IT infrastructure will play a growing role in how businesses overcome challenges, and more infrastructure will be outsourced
Industry trends MSPs need to get their heads around - fast!
These activities are critical to ensuring that the MSP remains perpetually valuable to customers and profitable as a business.
The growing cost of poor Wi-Fi management
Poor Wi-Fi management could cost mobile operators $18 billion and lead to poor user experience, according to new research.