Five ways Zebra Workforce Connect improves productivity on the frontline.
IT and business consultancy firm CGI has announced that its subsidiary, CGI Technology and Solutions Australia, will acquire Unico.
The Tech Council of Australia and the Digital Skills Organisation have partnered to bring together tech employers and educators, in a bid to solve the nation's tech talent crisis.
Woolworths and Tata Consultancy Services have extended their strategic partnership, with TCS to drive key digital initiatives to support Woolworths' growth.
Shopify and Spotify have partnered to allow artists on Spotify to connect their profiles to their Shopify stores, to market merchandise directly to fans.
Atlassian has unveiled a spate of product updates that are designed to connect the work happening across an organisation, boosting productivity and collaboration.
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.
The ATEN HDMI and VGA HDBaseT transmitter is a wall plate transmitter that can send VGA and HDMI signals up to 100 m with a single Cat 5e/6/6a cable.
The 7300 Office Series from Poly is the latest addition to its range of Savi wireless headsets, with DECT security and Acoustic Fence Microphone technology.
Microsoft's Peter Garner and Poly ANZ's Andy Hurt share their insights into the best ways in which to prepare offices and office workers for the 'new normal'.
Elbit Systems has announced plans to launch a Melbourne-based Human and Machine Teaming Centre of Excellence in partnership with the Victorian Government.
The Poly Sync Family of speakerphones feature flexible USB and Bluetooth connectivity solutions and can be connected to Siri or Google's voice assistant.
Optus has entered into a three-year strategic partnership with Google Cloud to enhance its call centres with the Contact Centre AI (CCAI) solution.
Research has revealed that over 78% of healthcare workers have received new technologies to support their duties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a digital shift in banking and payments amongst Australians, with 48% of Aussies using mobile phones to make payments.