Deputy Prime Minister, Michael McCormack, has called on tech companies to find a way to prevent the use of mobile phones while driving.
Efficiency - convenience - getting things done faster. Ultimately the Number 1 reason that we adopt technology - at home or at work - is that it gives us the gift of time.
Studies published by the Australian Institute of Management and Australian Human Resources Institute put average staff turnover at 14-20% per annum. Not managing mobile devices and services for this group is costing Australian business.
Just last week I heard about an Australian enterprise buying an extended warranty for their corporate iPhones because they had been told their Apple warranty "only lasts 12 months." At best this advice is a half-truth. At worse, it's downright misleading!
Spending on IT software, services, devices and communications will increase in 2017 as companies shift their perception of IT from a cost centre to an investment in business growth.
Australians are checking their mobile devices 440 million times every day collectively, or 30x a day on average individually.
1.6 million Australians have added their boss or co-workers to their Facebook account and lived to regret it!
When your phone is a business critical device, being without it for hours is highly disruptive.Going without it for weeks is simply not an option. Yet a corporate mobile phone repair typically takes up to three weeks.
There has been a lot of hype around the Internet of Things being poised to change the world as we know it. But is it really a happening thing. And if so, what's taking so long?