2020 in review
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the technology industry continued to thrive, with worldwide growth of 4% predicted for 2021.
IBM to split itself in two
The company will list its IT infrastructure services unit as a separate company with a new name, by the end of 2021.
COVID-19 adds to the billing conundrum
Keeping track of billable items can be a nightmare when your workforce is remote, says Nashua.
Smile for service in low-touch economy
Standard low-touch measures companies can deploy include online signatures for the remote approval of documents and using facial recognition instead of fingerprint access.
Liberty Global, Telefonica SA create mega-firm
The companies agreed to merge their British businesses in a $38 billion deal.
What is your work-from-home persona?
Solutions providers need to be flexible in how they package solutions to meet the needs of the new remote workforce, says Barry Venter, MD of Nashua.
Safety screening during COVID-19
Many businesses are turning to thermal screening solutions that can carry out preliminary screening to identify elevated skin temperatures, says Barry Venter, MD of Nashua.
Technology’s role in fleet safety management
Data analytics helps fleet owners to overcome challenges like fuel theft and driver behaviour, so they can improve both their fleet and employees' performance, says Mark Taylor, CEO of Nashua.
Google to spend $200m on YouTube settlement
Alphabet's Google will pay up to $200 million to settle an FTC investigation into YouTube's alleged violation of a children's privacy law.
Keeping an eye on the farm
Like other businesses, farmers are using technology such as AI and IOT to prevent security breaches and protect their workers, property and assets, says Mark Taylor, CEO, Nashua.
Can your printer be hacked?
The office printer, copier and scanner has evolved into a multi-purpose device with additional technologies, making it vulnerable to attack.