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The world of work is changing rapidly as cloud, mobility and social collaboration technologies re-define-the way that we work and collaborate.
A number of key themes are combining to create new ways of working – and creating what Frost & Sullivan terms the “Office of the Future”
The technologies to improve supply chain collaboration are ready to go. It’s all about bringing them together. Consignments that tell you where they are. Vehicles that alert you when they need maintenance. Schedules that update themselves to reflect traffic conditions or missed connections. Our new white paper takes an in-depth look at how ideas like these are already helping the transport and logistics community connect, collaborate – and improve driver safety and productivity, load utilisation and fuel efficiency.
Telstra believes the best for approach to delivering 4G/LTE broadband functionality mobile broadband services Emergency Services Organisations is through a staged, integrated approach across RF spectrum and network infrastructure involving complementary use of public 700MHz Digital Dividend and 800MHz PP DR spectrum.
The key to predicting the next wave of innovation, understanding how it might impact your industry and reacting to it before your competitors do, could be hidden in another industry.
Explore how telcos can help players across the electricity industry reduce risk, capitalise on existing investments and realise the exciting opportunities ahead.
An array of game-changing technology trends – cloud computing, mobility, online commerce and social networking – are delivering big benefits to public and private-sector organisations. yet they’re also causing potentially costly security challenges.
How video better engages your customers and workers
With six in ten Australians using multiple banks and one in three white collar high income earners using three to four banks, the battle for share of wallet is intensifying.
With the ongoing evolution of technologies such as the Internet, Wi-Fi and Smartphones, retailers today are faced with a plethora of choices for engaging with customers, and thus driving sales.