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Here’s How We're Overcoming Stock Shortages

COVID-19 gave workplaces no choice but to modify their office structure to allow their employees to work from home while maintaining business growth. This is now the norm, with at least 50% of employees working 100% from home.[1] Embracing this change requires an increase in devices to cater to each employee’s home office so that they can work effectively.

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HP Devices Made For The ‘Hands-On’ Industries

Believe it or not, the construction industry consumes a sizeable amount of IT. A computer plays fundamentally within the set of tools needed within the field. Engineers are required to operate high powering software to design and test products in real-time. Employees working in the more ‘hands-on’ industries demand IT that is equipped with high storage and performance features with high battery power to work efficiently through long hours.

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HP Devices Made For The Professional Services Industries

Organisations are widening the range in their device fleets to be more versatile for their employees. Since the beginning of the pandemic, more workplaces have been introducing remote working, prompting a restructure in their needs from their IT providers.

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Here’s How We're Overcoming Stock Shortages

COVID-19 gave workplaces no choice but to modify their office structure to allow their employees to work from home while maintaining business growth. This is now the norm, with at least 50% of employees working 100% from home.[1] Embracing this change requires an increase in devices to cater to each employee’s home office so that they can work effectively.

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Defining Secure Connectivity; What it Is and Why Does it Matter?

The arrival of COVID-19 saw a significant shift in businesses moving their teams to remote working set-ups. In many instances the shift to remote working was rushed with a defined focus on connectivity and accessibility, but for some organisations it meant the security implications of a distributed workforce were either forgotten or merely an afterthought.

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2021 Cyber Security Trends for Local Government Entities

Due to the restrictions imposed by COVID-19, local government entities have had to adapt their workflow models to operate remotely with staff connecting to the central network and accessing vital government resources from their homes. In many cases, this has weakened organisations’ cybersecurity measures, as their network is now being accessed across a plethora of endpoint and mobile devices that may or may not be secure.

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Collaborating in a dispersed workforce

The shift to anytime-anywhere work has been gaining momentum for years, but grew exponentially in 2020 as COVID-19 made remote work the new normal. While the pandemic itself may be slowing down, the way we work and collaborate has undoubtedly changed forever.

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7 device demands for the modern student

Technology has transformed the classroom and made paper notebooks and chalkboards a thing of the past. But when it comes to choosing solutions for students, not all devices are created equal.

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What is secure printing and why is it vital for your business?

Due to the threat landscape’s growing prevalence in markets of all shapes and sizes across Australia, business’s understanding of cybersecurity and their overall maturity towards it is growing. But there’s one element/priority to security that is perhaps falling by the wayside or not getting the necessary level of focus that is deserves: print security.

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The importance of developing device personas

The term ‘modern workplace’ can mean many things. From something as literal as a smart office-space with intelligent technology to enhance working conditions for staff, to something much more figurative like a way of approaching work itself. Both meanings are correct, and how you view the term will ultimately be dictated by your style of work, business, and industry.

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5 ways SMB’s can support remote workers

2020 quickly became the year in which seemingly anything could happen. From the obvious to the somewhat more obscure, it’s a year that won’t quickly fade from our collective memory. We’ve battled bushfires and a global pandemic, lost icons the world over, and seen politics dominate the public discourse to an extent not seen for decades.

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3 Prevalent Security Threats and How to Mitigate Them

Cybersecurity; the online battle gaining increased notoriety across the globe.

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Six Business-Critical Considerations for Securing your Remote Workforce

What a wild year it’s been. Among a host of other things, working from home is now a standardised practice for a lot of workers and businesses across Australia. Although workers will eventually return to the office, numbers suggest it will be much more of a hybrid-arrangement based on flexibility and personal preference. Gartner recently reported that pre-pandemic, 30% of employees were likely to work remotely some of the time, but post-pandemic that number looks like rising close to half with 48% of employees looking for a flexible arrangement.

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The A-Z for Securing a Remote Workforce

Usually when there’s a topic of discussion that you can’t get away from, there’s a significant reason for it. And the COVID-19 pandemic is certainly significant. Although the long-term impacts are still unknown, one thing is certain, more people are working from, and more people will continue to work flexibly long after a vaccine is developed.

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