A brand new addition to the Lancom team, Dan Apperley joins our business as a Customer Success Manager. With a mission to further Lancom's customer-centric vision, Dan is coming on-board to work with our growing customer base in delivering pragmatic solutions to achieve their goals.Read More
That’s right, you need to call time on your relationship with the office server. If it helps, you can promise one another you’ll just be friends, and relegate the server to a minor role on the side. Or go hard, pull the pin completely and shut it down for good.
Admit it, you’ve probably had a few technology love affairs over the years. Was it the iPhone? That shiny new convertible laptop? We might not have been there, but did you brag about impressive specifications just after spending tens of thousands on the new server?
Maybe so, but times have changed and it just doesn’t measure up any longer.Read More
Leveraging technology to create solutions that meet and exceed business needs is the stuff that drives Waruna.
He will get inside your skin, see things from your point of view, envisage the solution and make it happen!
Waruna started his career at Lancom as Graduate Systems Engineer, 16 years ago. We knew from the get go he had more to offer, and he sure didn't disappoint us!
With a fantastic trajectory Waruna rose through the ranks becoming Lancom Chief Technology Officer, General Manager, and now the Group CEO.Read More
We’ve had growth on the agenda for some time and now we’re pleased to announce a key acquisition which has significantly increased our customers. The company we’ve brought on board is PowerNet Computer Consultants NZ Ltd. It’s the local arm of a mid-sized Australian company and it is now part of Lancom, with the deal completed as of July 1.Read More
Digital adoption for business is often talked about as though it is a simple choice of picking a technology, and implementing it within your business. However, for established organisations, it’s not as easy as a flip of a switch, it requires a deeper business change.
Embarking on a business wide change is not a project most people jump into when everything is running smoothly, but it is required if businesses want to stay ahead. To help you get going, we’ve identified the top three areas you should focus on that have the greatest impact in your business’ ability to adopt technology.
Over the last 5 years we have seen the rise of technology integrations with our businesses, with it amalgamating into what we see today: a world driven by software.
For those looking forward, there is leverage to be had at the forefront of this shift, in the form of competitive advantage.
If you're a frequent reader, you will know creating business value through technology is something we are very passionate about. So in this post we want discuss the top software development trends your competitors will be leveraging in 2018, and you should be too!Read More
These days, there’s a persistent drive for organisations of every type to be innovative. It’s implied every time you hear the term ‘digital disruption’ or ‘digital transformation’. But just what does it mean to be innovative – and is it really necessary for your business?
It’s easy to answer the first part of that question.
‘Innovative’ simply means ‘something new’ and there are multiple opportunities within most businesses to do just that (new processes, experiences, features, customers, products and services, and business models.)
In turn, most of these opportunities can be partially or fully enabled by readily available technology. More on that in a moment.
With all the advances in technology over the last three decades, the discovery of blockchain technology has arguably been one of the greatest, and most disruptive discoveries yet.
Blockchain is inherently difficult to comprehend, because to understand blockchain technology, we need to adopt a new understanding of certain technologies and terms... but that's where we come in!
Due to the hype, and prevalence blockchain technology is set to play in our future, we want to demystify what it is, and how it will affect business.Read More
These days, software is everywhere and just about every business relies on software developed specifically for that organisation. You might find yourself in a position where it’s necessary to commission and control the production of some code – a task which can appear Sisyphean because you don’t know much about the process.Read More