Published – August 2022

Transforming Field Service: Integrating and Optimizing Microsoft Teams and Dynamics

The trend of digital transformation grew swiftly, with business now looking vastly different than even just a decade ago. One of the most notable changes of digital transformation is the abundance of digital devices and applications being adopted and leveraged, especially by industries that usually weren’t known for their technology use. Now, an industry like manufacturing is virtually unrecognizable, with factory floors being transformed into digital havens ripe with devices adding efficiency and ease to a variety of processes.


Published – August 2022

In yet another move to expand globally in the context of a high-growth year as more MSPs turn to e-commerce and productivity platforms to enhance their offerings, Pax8, one of the world’s leading cloud commerce marketplaces, today announced it has acquired Umbrellar.

As a leading Microsoft cloud provider, the company was named Microsoft NZ Partner of the Year in 2019.


Published – July 2022

Data is the lifeblood of modern business, providing valuable business insight and supporting real-time control over critical business processes and operations. Today’s businesses are awash in an ocean of data, and huge amounts of data can be routinely collected from sensors and IoT devices operating in real-time from remote locations and inhospitable operating environments almost anywhere in the world. It’s because of this abundance of data that edge computing has been one of the most impactful recent technological innovations.


Published – July 2022

Unlike previous generations of network technology that paved the way for innovations like smartphones and wireless broadband, 5G offers tremendous improvements in terms of lower latency, faster transmission speeds, and vastly increased network capacity. 5G is capturing the attention of consumer cellular service customers, but enterprise adoption of emerging use cases is widely expected to be 5G’s killer application. Enterprises looking to act of the plethora of benefits provided by 5G are quickly adopting their own spectrums, leading to a rise in private 5G networks.