IT departments stories
Australian & NZ workers fear businesses are ill-equipped for cyber threats
Nearly half of Australian and New Zealand workers do not feel ready to combat cyberattack threats, with 43% fearing becoming scam or phishing victims at work, ELMO Software research reveals.
Lean and green: five steps to improve your business and carbon health
Businesses must directly tackle carbon emissions for financial savings and reputation; enterprises are urged to follow five steps towards digital sobriety and cleaner carbon health.
Fleet revises open-source platform for unified device management
Fleet revises its open-source device management platform, set to simplify IT support, consolidating Linux, Apple and Windows devices, and reducing reliance on proprietary platforms such as Jamf, Intune, MobileIron and Workspace ONE.
Australian professionals seeking new careers in 2024
Increased job mobility is on the horizon as 76% of Australian professionals consider a career switch in 2024, led by IT and telecom professionals.
IT leaders are under pressure from all sides; Here is what they can do about it
Amid escalating digital demands, IT leaders grapple to balance employee satisfaction and business objectives; leveraging user-centric design and flexible solutions could be key.
AI & sustainability to shape tech adoption in ANZ in 2024
AI and sustainability will majorly drive technology adoption in Australia and New Zealand in 2024, predicts Pure Storage.
TeamViewer integrates Lansweeper's technology for enhanced IT management
TeamViewer boosts its IT management offering by integrating Lansweeper's technology for asset discovery and inventory management.
75% of critical infrastructure sectors faced ransomware attacks, reveals Claroty
Research by cybersecurity firm Claroty reveals 75% of critical infrastructure sectors experienced ransomware attacks in the past year.
Zoom looks to enhance CX with AI-powered refinements
Zoom is set to enhance its AI-powered customer experience suite, improving services for businesses of all sizes.
TeamViewer bolsters IT management solution with Lansweeper integration
TeamViewer integrates Lansweeper's technology for asset discovery and inventory into their IT management solution, aiming to enhance operational support and risk management for IT departments. .
Internal challenges curb cybersecurity transformation in Australian firms
Australian firms struggle with internal challenges hindering cybersecurity transformation, amidst growing demand for stronger security.
Data discovery market to reach USD $20 billion value by 2030
The global data discovery market is projected to reach a worth of USD $20 billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 15.65%.
TeamViewer unveils major update for Tensor with enhance security features
TeamViewer has launched a significant update for the enterprise connectivity solution Tensor, enhancing security and user functionality.
Village Roadshow Group strengthens customer experience using Freshworks
Village Roadshow Group sees a boost in customer satisfaction of 25% and cuts 60% of IT costs by employing Freshworks’ IT service management solution.
4Cabling's Kiwi success with innovative business model
4Cabling's online solutions for cabling and IT management needs are gaining popularity among Kiwi enterprises, says NZ Sales Manager Tym Matagi.
Hornetsecurity says 60% of businesses concerned about ransomware
Almost 60% of businesses are seriously concerned about ransomware attacks, says Hornetsecurity survey, highlighting evolving threat landscape.
IT professionals embracing AI to automate workflows
IT pros, especially senior leaders and younger generations, are embracing AI to automate workflows and boost efficiency.
Massive financial opportunity for IT leaders leveraging AI
The number of software applications on IT teams' work computers has increased by 71% in the past year, according to a report by Freshworks.
Workers' digital expectations pressuring IT departments
The impact on employers will see increased pressures on IT to deliver on the digital employee experience in order to remain competitive and retain top talent.
Why existing employees could be the key to closing the cybersecurity skills gap
Upskilling existing employees offers a faster and potentially more cost-effective strategy to close the skills gap.
HPE helping IT leaders navigate the rising security concerns
As technological advancements surge, IT leaders find themselves at a crossroads, balancing innovation aspirations with escalating security risks, reveals HPE.
Australia tops global IT investment for hybrid work
Improvements needed in device management, says SOTI report, despite Australia leading in IT investment for hybrid work.
Balancing hybrid tech: On-premises performance matters
It's worth remembering that most organizations continue to run most of their IT estate on-premises - and this will be the case for the foreseeable future.
Securing remote management tools boosts business protection
To continue to improve efficiency and productivity for an increasingly remote workforce, businesses must address potential security risks head-on.