As the COVID-19 lockdown continues into the foreseeable future, IT managers still need to maintain their ‘normal day job’ tasks of running networks – in addition to managing employees who currently need to make significantly increased use of online meeting platforms and remote working arrangements.  According to Uplogix, which providesContinue Reading

Read Article The auto sector is reeling under a prolonged slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There will be demand pressure, coupled with the challenge of availability of labour because of the migrant crisis. In this backdrop, it’s imminent for IT decision makers to resort to digital platforms to makeContinue Reading

Huge rise in hacking attacks on home workers during lockdown | Technology – Blog – Tempemail.co Skip to content Hackers have launched a wave of cyber-attacks trying to exploit British people working from home, as the coronavirus lockdown forces people to use often unfamiliar computer systems. The proportion of attacksContinue Reading

Read Article Amidst the COVID pandemic, practice of staying at home is being implemented globally. Following this, many companies in the country quickly switched to remote-working models. This sudden transition to a work-from-home set-up has brought its own set of challenges.  For instance, productivity & collaboration can be difficult withContinue Reading

Read Article With work for home becoming the new normal for millions of Indian professionals amid COVID-19, Airtel Business, the B2B arm of telecom major Bharti Airtel, has launched enterprises-grade “[email protected]” solutions designed to enable employees to operate efficiently and securely from their homes. Airtel [email protected] offers a range ofContinue Reading

Read Article As certain tech companies like Twitter prefer their employees to work from home forever, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has warned that making remote work permanent could have serious consequences for social interaction and mental health for workers as virtual video calls cannot replace in-person meetings. In an interactionContinue Reading

The Department of Home Affairs spent almost $92 million on the government’s controversial billion-dollar visa processing platform outsourcing before the plan was dumped in March. The department revealed the final cost of the failed project in recent answers to questions on notice from senate estimates. It said a total ofContinue Reading