If there is one thing this lockdown has taught us, it's that ignoring the management and security of endpoint devices is a really bad idea.
The sudden shift to remote working has exposed corporate Australia to unplanned expenditure, especially for technology-related functions. Where are the next cost pitfalls for IT? I
The combination of public uncertainty, increased internet traffic, and the mass move to remote working, is providing a happy hunting ground for cybercriminals.
A few weeks into working from home due to the Covid-19 lockdown, and we feel like we're getting the hang of it. But are we really? On a scale of 1-5, most companies are only at level 2 when it comes to remote working maturity.
It's a testament to IT teams across corporate Australia, just how smoothly an entire nation of office workers has made the monumental shift to remote working. But now the workforce is successfully connected, what should IT teams be focused on next?
No more having to get up early to fight the traffic or search for a seat on the train. No more hours wasted on commuting. Working from home is living the dream right, so why is it so exhausting?
In the past two weeks millions of workers across Australia have faced the task of setting up - or reclaiming - a home office. For the non-technical, the process could have been a little daunting but the Cradlepoint IBR600C router proved so simple, even a marketing manager could do it.
In the two weeks since the COVID-19 crisis began sending Australian workers to shelter at home and work remotely, there has been a record number of new data service connections.
Talking on the phone was practically extinct until the pandemic lock-down. Suddenly we're rediscovering our phones can be used for actual conversation.
Cradlepoint routers are being used in the United States to connect mobile COVID-19 testing clinics, and to provide enterprise-grade remote working stations. MobileCorp is your Australian-based Cradlepoint partner and can assist with router configuration and solution deployment.