In this edition, we celebrate our 2014 ARN ICT Industry Award for Telecommunications Reseller of the Year, have a look at how Lync has evolved, how cyber-attacks hide in plain sight (a great video from Palo Alto) and our sponsorship of Queensland Ipswich Force Under 14 Girls Basketball team. In addition, we share with you the details of our upcoming cloud security event.
Fifteen years ago, Microsoft launched MSN Messenger. Check out how this software has evolved to become today's Microsoft Lync in this informative infographic.
The recently release 2014 issue of the Application Usage and Threat Report from Palo Alto, the leader in enterprise security, revealed how attackers exploit commonly-used business applications to bypass security controls — and provides helpful insight into how business leaders and security practitioners need to reassess and strengthen their security posture.
Nexon is proud to announce it is sponsoring Ipswich Force U14 Girls Basketball team.
Last April, the Ipswich under – 14 girls claimed the prize as Queensland’s best and the right to represent Queensland at the Australian Under 14 Club Championships to be held at the end of September 2014.
Welcome to our August edition of NexVox, our new monthly newsletter.
In this edition, we have a look at the potential that Unified Communications (UC) has, the highlights from the 2014 Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for UC, how Noosa Council Shire is benefiting from our UC solution, and the differences in mobile adoption between Millennials and Generation X, is there any? Plus, we share with you our great news, we have been named a finalist for the 2014 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards and 2014 ARN ICT Industry Awards.
Undoubtedly, 2014 has proved that combining solid telecommunications expertise, hard work and innovation pays off, as Nexon is named a finalist for not one, but four renowned industry awards!
A few days ago, Gartner released their 2014 Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications (UC). This Magic Quadrant highlights the trends and changes in the UC landscape and identifies the key vendors that are situated in the leaders, visionaries, challengers and niche players’ corners as well as their strengths and cautions. Below are some of the highlights.
According to Gartner, Unified Communications (UC) products including equipment, software and services are “those that facilitate the interactive use of multiple enterprise communications methods. This can include control, management and integration of these methods. UC products integrate communications channels (media), networks and systems, as well as IT business applications and, in some cases, consumer applications and devices.”
See how Nexon Absolute helped Noosa Shire Council to empower its staff to communicate and collaborate anywhere, through an integrated solution delivered on a pay per month basis.
IDG Global Solutions (IGS) recently released the 5th annual Global Mobile Survey, the biggest ever study of consumer and business use of mobile devices showing that mobiles continue to grow and replace both traditional media and personal computers.