You have searched for "teleworking"
Showing 1-10 of 85
PETALING JAYA: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) is expected to see earnings growth from its unifi and Internet revenues, as well as cost savings moving forward, according to RHB Research.
In 2020, the wearables market saw global sales of US$68.9bil (RM279.04bil) worldwide, up nearly 50% in one year, according to Gartner. This spectacular increase should continue in 2021 with an estimated turnover of US$81.5bil (RM330.07bil). Wireless headsets alone account for nearly half of this market.
While the abrupt halting of human activities last spring led to a record drop in global CO2 emissions, the carbon footprint of the digital world has on the contrary increased over the same period, in the face of the rise of teleworking and the mass use of streaming worldwide.
Hugely popular with international visitors, the city has seen most of its hotels close as the pandemic has kept tourists away, and the few that remain open have had to repurpose themselves to stay afloat.
TOKYO (Reuters) - "Owatta". Finished, and then silence.
European Union lawmakers on Dec 2 voted in favour of a “right to disconnect” from the Internet and email, with around one third of people now working from home across the 27-nation bloc due in large part to coronavirus restrictions.
In some of America’s major cities, about half the workforce is still working remotely almost nine months into the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey by the US Census Bureau.
State-sponsored programmes from China, Russia, Iran and North Korea pose the greatest high-tech threats to Canada, a report from the nation's authority on cyber security warned on Nov 18.
The US Federal Communications Commission is poised to vote to let wireless devices use airwaves assigned 21 years ago for a vehicle safety system that hasn’t come to fruition, rejecting carmakers’ efforts to hold onto the frequencies.