If IT managers had their way they would not be responsible for managing corporate mobility. A Gigaom Research IT Buyers Survey, asked IT managers whether they would be willing to outsource mobility management and the answer was a resounding 'Yes, get this off my plate!'
A mobile phone for calling and messaging, in tandem with a meeting solution, can meet most employee requirements; potentially saving up to 50% per user per month, says Gartner.
Computing now consumes 8% of the world's electricity and unless a new sustainable technology can be found "the information revolution will stall due to power hunger."
Vodafone Australia claims 39 percent of Australian fixed broadband users could switch to mobile instead of migrating to the National Broadband Network (nbn).
Many Australian enterprises have no corporate mobile policy, but do you need one? Who is responsible for employee behaviour on a corporate device?
The polarising American President, Donald Trump, has met with 18 of the world's technology leaders to ask for their assistance in modernising US Government computer systems.
When there is no corporate mobile phone policy, don’t complain if employee behavior costs the business - both in reputation and the bottom-line!
If you think that 5G is all about the speed, think again. Yes it will be fast, but speed is not the main game of 5G.
Mobility management has traditionally fallen into the lap of the IT department for many Australian businesses. Yet so many mobility tasks are not really IT… Is the time-poor IT department the right team to manage corporate mobility or should it be allocated to Operations, Procurement, Finance or even outsourced?
Will 2016 go down as the "Year of the IT outage" ? Telstra, the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census, National Australia Bank and the entire South Australian electricity grid...the list goes on, but those big players are not alone in their pain. More than a third of Australian organisations have experienced an IT outage, according to a new report.