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Already a work essential even before the pandemic broke out, Slack is even more so now that remote working has become the new norm for many.
Subscription services are gaining ground in a major way in all kinds of domains. In nine years, subscription business revenue has grown 437%, and 78% of adults are currently signed up to such services.
Food banks, immigrant rights groups, and struggling colleges across the US discovered a surprise benefactor last year as billions of dollars flowed into organisations hurting during the pandemic from MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
Online shoppers have been asked to recycle the plastic packaging received, which has spiked during the MCO, to help protect environment.
Smart cities are tackling the new pandemic normal by using contact tracing apps, traffic data plus video monitoring to ensure residents stay safe and stick to social distancing SOPs.
Workers around the world have had plenty of time to weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of working from home since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, it seems that remote working could become a new norm, although a long-term shift looks more likely in Europe or the US than elsewhere in the world.
E-learning: Underprivileged students in Malaysia turn to online initiatives to secure secondhand laptops
As e-learning becomes the new norm during the pandemic, underprivileged students turn to online initiatives to secure a secondhand laptop.
The pandemic continues to push tech companies to find new solutions to keep people safe, from contactless payments to contact tracing apps.
As the coronavirus pandemic has transformed millions of people worldwide into telecommuters, work meetings are inevitably moved to video conferencing apps like Zoom and Skype. A new survey shows that videoconferencing presents a slew of challenges for workers.
Overstretched health services and social-distancing measures to combat coronavirus are giving a boost to telemedicine across Asia, a phenomenon likely to continue even after the pandemic has been controlled.