Distributed workforces have always existed, but recognising that continuity and productivity are possible from anywhere is only now shaping the future of work.
Australian customers made over one million complaints to telcos over the last year and had to wait 12 days on average to have them resolved, according to data from ACMA.
A new survey from comparison website Finder has revealed that Australians are paying an extra $1.2 billion per year on mobile phone plans with which they are unsatisfied.
Data cloud company Snowflake has been selected by mx51 to support its analytics and customer services activities.
Optus and Uber have joined forces to offer customers a new smartphone delivery service from select 'Yes' Optus stores in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Reddit has announced plans to establish a dedicated office in Australia, based in Sydney, as the social network expands its advertising reach.
Optus, Telstra and Vodafone have inflated the cost of their postpaid mobile phone plans by up to $40 more per month, according to data from the ACCC.
Telstra's prepaid customers will now benefit from faster and more intuitive prepaid digital subscription experiences, enabled by Ericsson BSS technology.
Optus has announced the launch of Optus Living Network, a network that adapts to customer needs by offering flexibility and control.
Atlassian has unveiled a spate of product updates that are designed to connect the work happening across an organisation, boosting productivity and collaboration.
Getac, a rugged computing solution provider, is seeking new partners in Australia and New Zealand in order to extend its engagement with customers in the region.
Low-code is an integral part of hyperautomation, that could help IT developers rapidly create enterprise applications, and boost digital transformation.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted the shipping and parcel delivery industry to make many changes, with some key trends that emerged in 2020 here to stay.