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Be ready to move with the next technology shift because standing still means going backward

Emerging Technologies to evaluate in 2023



2023 is the year to evaluate 5G business use cases

5G is fast shifting from a hyped potential technology to real world delivery. By mid-2022 Telstra announced 80 percent of Australians had access to 5G, which means business should be evaluating 5G use cases yesterday. 5G is hardly able to be described as an emerging technology - it has emerged - and is a technology worth investing the time to review, as early adopters are already gaining a competitive edge.

5G business use cases are being deployed in Australia

For Australian businesses, 5G will be an enabler for many emerging technologies through the delivery of increased speed and decreased latency. MobileCorp is achieving speeds of more than 1Gbps at the Westpac Helicopter Rescue base in Sydney's La Perouse. We are supporting Ticketek as they gear up for LTE/5G as a primary link at all its non-Stadium and pop-up events. Gidarjil First Nations land and sea rangers are using 5G to livestream video from underwater and aerial drones.



Although Edge Computing has not been adopted as swiftly as some analysts predicted, still Gartner expects more than 15 billion IoT devices will connect to the enterprise infrastructure by 2029. 

The empowered edge refers to the shift of compute power from centralised cloud to edge devices. This allows data collection, information processing, and delivery to be placed closer to the sources of the information. The benefits are keeping traffic local to reduce latency and providing some form of autonomy for edge devices. Empowered Edge is also referred to as Device Democracy. Over the next few years, IT services at the edge will evolve rapidly.

Extending digital reach to the edge

Gartner predicts more than 50% of new enterprise infrastructure deployed will be at the edge rather than corporate data centres as we move into 2023, and through 2028, there will be a steady increase in the embedding of sensor, storage, compute and advanced AI capabilities in edge devices.



Next wave of Internet growth

The Internet of Everything is the next wave of Internet growth. It takes the Internet of Things to the next level – the level of integration not just with ‘things,’ but with people, processes and data. The promise of IoE is bridging the physical and digital worlds.

IoE moves from data to action

IoE intelligently joins people, process, data and things in one vast distributed network to make connections more relevant and valuable. Rather than the IoT passive approach of retrieving data from sensors, IoE moves the conversation to a far more active approach where action in the physical world is what matters i.e. the data retrieved from sensors is analysed and the insights are translated into a physical action as a consequence. It improves business and industry decision-making, and is more relevant to people’s lives than IoT.



Cloud everywhere and nowhere

The next conceptual shift in the evolution of cloud is ‘distributed cloud.’ To stay competitive in the digital-first economy, digital services must be able to run anywhere and anytime. Organisations are responding by re-thinking the placement of applications and data analytics, based on network latency, customer population clusters and geopolitical limitations.

How to get ahead of the curve

The best way to get ahead of the curve is to start looking at the cloud as anything you can control and scale from a web browser, not just a data centre or virtual machine, and to begin mapping application requirements against the three types of cloud architectures – Centralised, Overlay and Distributed.



It is time to leverage wearables in the workplace

Human augmentation is the use of technology to enhance a person’s cognitive and physical experiences. 

Gartner predicted that one third of IT organisations would have a ‘Wear Your Own Device’ policy by 2023 to address augmented humans in the workforce. 

This has not occurred as organisations were distracted by accelerating transformation in other areas due to the pandemic. However the prediction from Gartner reflects the rush from businesses pre-pandemic to leverage use cases for augmented humans. 

It’s already happening…

Consumers have lost any reticence or fear of being ‘tracked’ and have embraced wearables like smartwatches and fitness trackers in large numbers. Annual growth of the wearable market is forecast at 15% through to 2028 and the use of wearable devices in healthcare due to the COVID-19 pandemic has supported that prediction.  It’s time that Australian enterprises consider how physical augmentations can be leveraged to benefit their business.



Market leading vendors that we trust


Cradlepoint is the global leader in enterprise wireless solutions and first to market with 5G capable hardware. Cradlepoint solutions deliver a pathway to 5G through 4GX LTE and are the backbone of Telstra’s enterprise 5G networks. MobileCorp is an Authorised Cradlepoint Partner and offers Cradlepoint solution design and managed service.


MobileCorp is a Telstra Platinum Partner for Mobility, a Telstra Platinum Partner for Services, and a Telstra Gold Partner for Data & IP. Our shared history spans 30+ years and MobileCorp provides solutions and support to hundreds of Telstra Enterprise and Business customers. MobileCorp’s services can be charged as a monthly fee on the Telstra bill.


Wandera is a mobile threat detection and defence solution, and also manages data compliance. It provides security at the device, application and network layers. The focus is on malicious mobile cyber threats and malware, as well as stopping employee usage risks. MobileCorp offers a Wandera Managed Service including licensing, on-boarding, monitoring and remote management.


VMWare Workspace ONE®, previously known as AirWatch, is a unified endpoint management software environment providing device security and app management. MobileCorp has proven capability in the design and build of VMWare instances, profile configuration, and ongoing platform management.


Microsoft Intune UEM seamlessly integrates with the Microsoft 365 environment to deliver an integrated endpoint management platform. MobileCorp has enterprise-level capability in building and managing Microsoft Intune environments for company-owned and BYO devices. The MobileCorp fleet runs on Intune.


SOTI is an enterprise mobility management platform for business-critical mobile and IoT devices. Secure and manage all endpoints, build apps in minutes, and eliminate downtime. MobileCorp can design, build and manage your SOTI environment.


MobileIron is a unified endpoint management platform that makes the mobile device the ID and enabler of secure access to the enterprise. MobileCorp offers a managed service for design, build and management of your MobileIron platform.


Android Enterprise zero-touch enrolment allows bulk provisioning of Android devices with zero-touch required of the end user by pushing an initial configuration profile to remote devices at point of deployment. MobileCorp is the only Australian company accredited to manage Google Touch deployments across Australia and New Zealand.


Knox is Samsung’s device security platform protecting against intrusion and malware for smartphones, tablets and wearables. MobileCorp offers Knox configuration, deployment and ongoing management.


Microsoft Azure is an enterprise grade cloud computing platform with an ever-expanding set of cloud technologies. Back-up and disaster recovery, host web and mobile apps, integrate with AD, monitor devices with the Azure IoT hub. MobileCorp offers strategic solution consultancy for Azure.


MobileCorp is an Apple Reseller, an Apple Authorised Service Provider, and administers the Apple Device Enrolment Program (DEP). Apple DEP simplifies initial device set-up by automating MDM enrolment for a zero-touch deployment for iPhones and iPads.


Jamf is a leading Apple EMM solution delivering security, app management, zero-touch deployment and ongoing device management. MobileCorp is a Jamf Partner and offers design, build, deploy and management managed service.


Microsoft 365 is a best-in-class cloud-based unified communications suite. It brings together the Microsoft Office suite of productivity products, along with email, file-sharing, video and chat apps. MobileCorp uses Office 365 in our own business and specialises in 365 deployments and migrations.


Cisco Jasper delivers automated connectivity management for IoT devices including low power devices and connected cars. MobileCorp offers solution design, build, deployment and ongoing management of the Jasper platform.


TIPT offers an all-in-one cloud collaboration solution. It brings together voice, video and data technologies for a scalable, secure solution underpinned by the Telstra network. MobileCorp designs, project manages, and provides ongoing support for TIPT solutions.

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Cisco Meraki’s vision is 100% cloud-managed IT. It is a global leader in cloud-controlled WiFi, routing, and security technologies. Secure and scalable, agile network configuration and management, and track and monitor assets. MobileCorp offers Cisco Meraki strategic solution design and consultancy.


MobileCorp was so impressed with the Access4 cloud telephony and Microsoft Teams Calling solutions, we have implemented them in our own business. MobileCorp offers the full Access4 solution stack including Hosted Voice, Call Centre, Teams Calling and Webex Calling.


Bluewater is a managed mobility SaaS platform providing a holistic view of corporate mobility including asset inventory, end user registry, procurement, BI analytics, and telecom expense management. MobileCorp is a Bluewater partner and offers solution design, build and deployment, and an ongoing managed service to deliver fleet optimisation and cost savings.

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Moorup allows Australian companies to achieve a commercial benefit by divesting their unwanted devices in an ethical and environmentally sustainable manner. Moorup means ‘life’ in the local Woiwurrung language of Melbourne’s First Nations people. Moorup was granted use of this sacred word for its mission to rebuy, reuse and recycle devices. MobileCorp partners with Moorup to provide this ethical service to our customers.


Improve digital experience for every user across any network, application or cloud. Sinefa is a Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) solution that provides visibility into user experience real user traffic analysis, synthetic network path monitoring, and endpoint agent monitoring. MobileCorp is a Sinefa partner.


NetMotion solves the challenges of modern remote access. NetMotion is the only security platform that provides ZTNA alongside a VPN and an SDP in a single interface, with one client, one console and policy engine. MobileCorp is a NetMotion partner and offers solution consultancy, licensing and managed service.


Fortinet is best known for its next-generation firewalls, but the Fortinet Security Fabric platform provides true integration and automation across an organisation’s entire security infrastructure delivering protection and visibility to network, device, appliance whether virtual, cloud or on-premises. MobileCorp offers Fortinet Managed Services.

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