Organisations that use supply chains need to be aware of the cybersecurity risks created by vulnerabilities in upstream or downstream partners.
Software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs) help overcome networking challenges that make branch-level activities slower than those processed at the network core
In virtually every industry, mobility is helping organisations achieve key strategic goals, from improving customer service or patient care to enhancing productivity, operational efficiency and competitive advantage.
According to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, more than one third of companies that had data breaches in the past quarter passed on private customer information because of [...]
Wavelink, a leader in providing enterprise solutions to the channel, is celebrating 20 years of operation in Australia and New Zealand with more than 10,000 communications, wireless and network security [...]
Wavelink is teaming up with its New Zealand partner, Everlea, to showcase the Spectralink Versity clinical smartphone in Wellington at HiNZ, New Zealand’s largest digital health event.
The proliferation of wireless and bring your own device (BYOD) endpoints means corporate networks depend more on wireless networks.
Mobile devices, smart mobile platforms, collaboration tools and business applications are creating important efficiencies and opportunities in the workplace.
While many companies now recognise the need for a mobility solution there are still many reasons why a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach may not be the best approach for the business.