As scientists around the world work tirelessly to develop a viable vaccine, coordinated data-sharing has become an essential tool in the ongoing fight against coronavirus. In an effort to establish effective public health strategies and protocols for curtailing the spread of COVID-19, mass data collection methods are already being put to use across the world.
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RIPE is a large and diverse community of network operators and others working on Internet coordination and governance. While most of its work takes place on mailing lists, the community comes together twice each year for a busy week of plenary presentations, working group sessions and ad hoc discussions… that is, until COVID-19 changed everything.
It is no surprise that technology has radically changed the way we go about our daily lives. Our hyper-digital world has seen the rapid shift from rural to urban, greater smartphone adoption, an increase in intelligent devices per individual, tech-savvy consumers and connected services.
Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, andAVEVA, the global leader in engineering and industrial software, have announced their expanded partnership to deliver innovative solutions for the data center market.
By Mahmoud Makki, partner, Ramzi Madi and Tarek Matar, principals, with Strategy& Middle East, part of the PwC network
Microsoft and Altran, the design and engineering firm recently acquired by Capgemini, have collaborated to develop an AI-based tool to predict the likelihood of bugs in source codes created by developers early in the software development process.
Batelco has announced its partnership with Huawei to donate 500 sets of Smart Home Wi-Fi products to INJAZ Bahrain, addressing the requirements of distance learning.
While remote working was a feature at some companies, many others have found themselves with just days to prepare for the new, restricted reality. A lot of firms have cobbled together incomplete remote working systems, operated under hurriedly devised practices by unprepared staff. This is a dream come true for a cybercriminal.
Centili, the Global digital monetization and carrier billing company, appointed Zoran Vasiljev, an eminent telco and tech executive, as its Group CEO.
With the world turned upside down by the coronavirus, telecommunications companies face one of the greatest challenges in their history. Like other organizations, they have a duty to, first and foremost, support and care for their employees. But telcos are also under enormous pressure to continue delivering infrastructure and services critical to everyone, especially during a crisis of this magnitude.