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  • Are businesses realizing they can all work remotely?
    by Joe Devanesan on 3. april 2020 at 16:39

    It was not too long ago that video conferencing usage was still in its infancy, treated as a separate communication tool from all the other, more commonly-used tools such as email, memos, instant messaging platforms, and workplace productivity apps. Now, as remote working has become the norm (at least for the foreseeable future), the need... Read more » The post Are businesses realizing they can all work remotely? appeared first on TechHQ.

  • How EdTech can help mitigate economic disaster
    by David Pring-Mill on 3. april 2020 at 10:27

    Businesses and governments have locked down major parts of the economy. Social distancing has become essential to public health. Some companies have been able to transition employees to remote work arrangements – others are still struggling and many have already folded. Humanity has faced terrible plagues in the past, before the economy became largely digitized... Read more » The post How EdTech can help mitigate economic disaster appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Zoom CEO issues apology on privacy red flags
    by Jia Jen Low on 3. april 2020 at 09:14

    In less than one month, millions of workers have suddenly found themselves working from home. A business’s locale is now scattered across the households of its employees – and the need to keep communications open has made teleconferencing the new norm. Top-ranking video conferencing tool Zoom serves an average of 13 million users per month,... Read more » The post Zoom CEO issues apology on privacy red flags appeared first on TechHQ.

  • From server room to boardroom – the demands of today’s CIO
    by Joe Devanesan on 3. april 2020 at 08:07

    The importance of IT in business today is such that those holding the reins to it are some of the most significant leaders in any organization.  A business’s security, customer experience, product development, competitive differentiation, business intelligence now falls, or at least overlaps, into the CIO or their equivalent’s remit. No pressure then.  The mountainous task... Read more » The post From server room to boardroom – the demands of today’s CIO appeared first on TechHQ.

  • New partnership shows Apple is serious about AR
    by Jia Jen Low on 2. april 2020 at 15:00

    Apple’s most recent partnership with AR (augmented reality) startup Dent Reality is set to boost the mobile giant’s venture into immersive technologies. The tech behemoth’s iPad Pro includes the hallmark feature of a camera fused with lidar sensors to make AR experiences more realistic and immersive. But it is only one of its AR use cases and applications... Read more » The post New partnership shows Apple is serious about AR appeared first on TechHQ.

  • How marketing automation & CRM keeps sales coals burning
    by Joe Devanesan on 2. april 2020 at 14:57

    It’s pretty much a given now that automation tools, in whatever function of the business they’re deployed to, drive efficiencies that create time for more valuable work. In the world of technology and business, there are hoards of applications, but it’s perhaps in the sales engine rooms – where every second of the day counts... Read more » The post How marketing automation & CRM keeps sales coals burning appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Google and AT&T’s win-win 5G cloud partnership
    by Jia Jen Low on 2. april 2020 at 13:47

    Last month, Google Cloud and telecom giant AT&T teamed up to develop a suite of business products powered by 5G. It marked another of the emerging high-profile partnerships between tech titans and wireless carriers that aims to harness and expand the super capabilities of next-gen technologies.  “We are delighted to work with AT&T, a 5G... Read more » The post Google and AT&T’s win-win 5G cloud partnership appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Tech trade shows become virtual events for COVID-19
    by Adrian Bridgwater on 2. april 2020 at 11:39

    The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has changed a huge number of things in our world, nobody needs to be reminded of that fact. Whole industries such as travel and entertainment have practically been shut down. In return, our most basic utility services (not just electricity and other forms of power, but food supply, refuse collection and sanitation)... Read more » The post Tech trade shows become virtual events for COVID-19 appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Mind-reading technology – the future of H2M interaction?
    by Jia Jen Low on 2. april 2020 at 07:59

    In a very early indication of how AI and machine learning technology could one one day transform how we interact with machines, and each other, researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, unveiled an AI system in development that could ‘translate’ brain activity into text.  The technology could eventually help patients who can’t speak or... Read more » The post Mind-reading technology – the future of H2M interaction? appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Why effective OT cyber security means learning on the job
    by Darktrace on 1. april 2020 at 13:35

    Historically, when CISOs thought about cybersecurity, they typically prioritized implementing measures for software systems over those for physical assets. But the threat landscape has rapidly evolved over the past few years, and a new kind of threat is on the rise. Sophisticated attackers have set their eyes on a different type of target: the technology... Read more » The post Why effective OT cyber security means learning on the job appeared first on TechHQ.