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More than 30 technology and telecom firms unveiled an alliance on May 5 to press for "open and interoperable" 5G wireless systems that eliminate the need for a single supplier.
As thousands of patients struck by Covid-19 rushed to seek treatment in overcrowded New York City hospitals, intensive care specialists more than 350 miles away at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center stepped up to provide remote assistance to beleaguered colleagues in New York.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Private employee Juliana Ekaputri, 26, said she was surprised after seeing a video last Friday (April 24) from her colleague showing how videoconferencing application Zoom had caused her colleague’s computer to be hacked.
With lockdown restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic decimating many US businesses and tens of millions filing for unemployment, it’s no surprise Americans are fretting about their job security. To ease this uncertainty, many technology companies have decided to institute a "no-layoff” policy for their employees during these tumultuous times. Not only is this good for workers – it’s smart business, too.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, this has become an era of Zoom birthdays, virtual happy hours, FaceTime story times and Google yoga classes. Our friends, coworkers, teachers – and doctors, if we're lucky – now largely exist as faces in rectangles on our phones and computer screens.
Zoom Video Communications Inc said on April 22 it was upgrading the encryption features on its video conferencing app to better safeguard meeting data and offer protection against tampering. The new version of the app, Zoom 5.0, will release within the week, the company said in a statement.
The coronavirus crisis has seen millions locked in their homes turn to videoconferencing apps, bringing with it question marks over security and privacy and a new verb - Zoombombing - the practice of uninvited users crashing into conversations.
By mid-March, John Lyotier’s travel software business Left Technologies Inc was cratering with the spread of the pandemic. Seeking to cut costs, he reached out to his office landlord, who offered rent relief. Then he contacted Amazon.com Inc, asking to “explore creative financing opportunities” for his monthly cloud-computing bill.
Google will allow business and education users on Gmail.com to directly take calls on its video conferencing tool Meet starting April 16, a new feature being offered as the Alphabet Inc unit seeks to capitalize on security and other concerns with rival services.