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Time crimes on the rise, WatchGuard steps in
Up to 80% of the time employees spend on the internet has nothing to do with work, and organisations can lose up to $4,500 per employee every year...
Power Up with ControlNow – all your critical IT services in one place
How long would your company survive without an IT department? Two days, three days, maybe a week?
Let Windows 8.1 Pro touch devices enable business productivity
Ingram Micro wants you to get the most from selling Windows 8.1 Pro. We think it is the best business operating system anyone has ever created.
Making changes to your enterprise? How to ease the transition
Workforce management systems can assist with monitoring employees’ time, absences and productivity, however it’s important to ease the transition.
If you're out of the cloud, you're out of the game
In order to stay ahead of the game, businesses need to keep pace with the rapid evolution of cloud computing.
Kiwi company chooses Dimension Data to boost productivity
Hawkins Group has chosen Dimension Data as its ICT services and solutions provider throughout ongoing upgrades to its communications technology.
4 ways Microsoft is reinventing productivity in APAC
Microsoft says the APAC region is fast-changing and ‘helping people get things done’ in a mobile-first, cloud-first world is core to its purpose.
Samepage challenges Evernote at its own game
Samepage launched earlier this month as ‘the world’s first contextual engagement platform’ and has already announced new features.
Success for CIOs lies in business-IT convergence
Axios Systems says in 2015 the CIO can be the number one executive to drive business innovation, but they will need to be aware of the challenges they
Boost productivity with video collaboration
Polycom has released the results of a new survey which analyses how video collaboration solutions are being used in businesses and how it can impact the wellbeing of employees and increase savings.
Create the office love fest in 2015
BE Intent is a cloud-based platform designed to help individuals get more out of their life and to help businesses boost productivity.
NZ small businesses making half a million every year
Now 28% of New Zealand small businesses are making $500,000 or more, up almost 14% since 2011, according to analysis from Xero.
Resource management: Taking the leap from chaos to control
Executives and project leaders are often faced with limited resources and struggle to keep up with the complexity of managing their organisation’s demand.
Boost business with Adaptive Intelligence, says Navman Wireless
Navman Wireless has announced the launch of Adaptive Intelligence, which is said to help businesses tap into big data and make smarter decisions.
Businesses urged to make the most of IT
IT is becoming an increasingly important part of organisations, but many may not be making the most of it, says Simon Wickham, The Trusts CEO.
Standing desks: Embrace your inner dork
A father-son entrepreneurial team based in New South Wales have come up with a solution: ZestDesk, the world’s first portable adjustable standing desk.
How to "Efficienize" your Business
I'll start by admitting it, 'efficienize' is not a word - although its use is becoming increasingly more common.
Managing your time for productivity success
Avoid wasting time and resources with some simple time management tips.
Closing the deal in New Zealand
Is your sales team being too nice or not using the right technology to engage with your clients? Sean McDonald has some suggestions that may help.
Why don’t we rate our sales teams?
Answering some simple questions can help you get your sales force to number one.
Could telecommuting work for your start up?
Start Up begins a new series looking at different ways you can use technology to get the most from your team while keeping costs down.
Running the rapids
The waters of business are rarely smooth, but there are ways to make sure the journey downriver is a successful one.
Is your business tech savvy, or just tech sufficient?
Holes in basic skills hurting kiwi companies.