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Express Virtual Meetings launches first partner programme
The conferencing solutions provider will allow partners to white label its enterprise-grade video and audio solutions.
Grandstream IP phones bring next-gen tech to your fingertips
The GRP2600 series phones are designed for service providers and enterprise users who need elegant, high quality and secure phones that are customisable and easy to manage.
Vertel partners with Beaconsim to aid AUS emergency services
Beaconsim is complementary to Vertel’s overall offerings and consistent with our strategy of looking around the world for best-of-breed technology partners.”
Tech firm creates first 3D-printed IoT device
It was printed, assembled, and tested in less than one day – much faster than traditional non-3D printed devices where the process can take up to two weeks.
Tollring partners with Novum Networks for call analytics
Novum Networks has added the full complement of Tollring’siCall Suite cloud analytics to its product portfolio.
The real business cost of a ‘toxic’ company culture
One thing driving a great company culture is open and transparent communication. This does not happen by accident; a team of inspiring leaders help their employees understand how they fit into the bigger picture through a deliberate communication strategy.
Are you ready to face your digital doppelganger
Creating your true digital twin is now possible and will provide a groundbreaking 3D future for the entertainment, gaming, tourism and telecommunication industries.
Twilio adds email to platform with acquisition
By adding the email API platform SendGrid into its fold, Twilio now includes email as a channel of communication for its customers.
How AI in communications will change the way we work
Zoom A/NZ executive Michael Chetner gives his view on where the communications technology industry is headed in 2019.
How Philips IT solutions are reinventing healthcare
Philips has a dream of completely interconnected healthcare system that offers the right information at the right time, as health knows no bounds so why should healthcare?
simPRO launches VoIP solution in NZ
Job management company simPRO has rolled out a new VoIP phone solution for New Zealand trade service businesses.
Local MPs the key to injecting government relations into business
Local members of parliament are a good start for communication, and can help to inject government relations into any business.
Something to say to government? SMBs often last to be heard
Regional business owners may feel like those in central government are worlds away and have no idea how to connect.
DC Two set to build Australia's first solar-powered data center
The data center is currently being built in Collie, which is 200 kilometres south of Perth, in Western Australia.
Twilio launches new partner program in a bid to accelerate company growth
Dubbed Twilio Build, the program will provide go-to-market support and training/certification programs.
Gartner: global IT spending to experience highest growth since 2007
Locally, Australian tech spending is forecast to grow 2.3% to reach A$84.5 billion in 2018, with NZ to reach NZ$12 billion.
‘App overloaded’ employees want simple comms solution - Survey
A survey has revealed that employees are spending up to an hour each day navigating between various communications apps.
Bye bye bankruptcy: Avaya acquires contact centre as a service provider
It was only late last year when Avaya was cleared of bankruptcy, but the communications vendor is wasting no time in growing its business.
75% using collaboration technologies: Polycom reveals key trends for 2018
Polycom has revealed findings from its latest research that shows collaboration technologies to be transforming business in 2018.
Sonus Networks renamed to Ribbon Communications after merger
Ribbon Communications is the new name for what used to be known as Sonus Networks, the global secure communications cloud communications provider.
'The Court' gives green light to Avaya’s restructuring plan
Avaya expects to emerge from its bankruptcy before the end of 2017
SpaceX, rockets & a successful satellite launch brings new comm services
“Each successful launch brings us one step closer to both a technological and financial transformation."
Global IT spend to increase to $3.7 trillion in 2018 - Gartner
The research and analysis company says communications services continue to drive the majority of spending.
Whispir sets sights on Singapore channel & blue chip customers
Cloud communications provider Whispir has officially opened its Singapore office this week.