Coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to escalate rapidly, and the impact on businesses across the UK construction industry, many of them SMEs, is proving to be dramatic and unavoidable.
Governments across the world are striving to stop the outbreak of Covid-19 and mitigate its effects.
With three billion people now under lockdown around the world, the current Covid-19 pandemic will undoubtedly have a lasting impact.
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Computer simulations using technology normally applied to the aerospace and automotive industries have found that the 2m distance advised to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus is inadequate for exercise.
The coronavirus is affecting businesses right around the world.
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If the Covid-19 outbreak continues and lockdowns in the US and rest of the world become stricter and last longer a recession will follow.
GlobalData research has found the top telecommunications influencers based on their performance and engagement online.
A decade-long cyber-espionage operation saw five advanced Chinese hacking groups coordinate to “systemically” target Linux servers in a bid to steal organisations’ intellectual property, a new report has found.
The Covid-19 coronavirus crisis has forced thousands of conferences to go virtual, but BlockDown 2020, a major cryptocurrency conference, has gone a step further by using virtual reality (VR) to simulate the real-world experience.
The shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) for front-line medical workers continues to be one of the biggest issues in the ongoing coronavirus crisis, prompting solutions to come from unusual places, including Whitgift School.
Opportunistic cyberattackers appear to be increasing their efforts against businesses in order to take advantage of the surge in remote working due to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak.
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Startup Ably has raised $7m to scale up its real-time data streaming platform, which facilitates the flow of data between internet-connected devices in milliseconds.
We live in unprecedented times as the Covid-19 pandemic sweeps across the globe from East to West.
Switching to 100% remote working due to the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis is a challenge for any business, but for a company such as fintech startup Nutmeg, which is facing its busiest time of the year, it is particularly challenging.
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Amid the effects of COVID-19, businesses are utilizing virtual conference tools where international travel would have previously been arranged.
NSO Group, the controversial Israeli technology company whose spyware has allegedly been used to hack the phones of journalists, human rights activists and Jeff Bezos, wants to help governments track the spread of Covid-19.
How the technology industry responds to the global crisis of Covid-19 will be remembered for decades to come.
The Covid-19 pandemic could accelerate the use of cellular technologies to transform factories and other industrial site operations.
Today, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced further measures to support businesses during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, but this does not fully address the needs of early-stage tech companies, according to Tech Nation.
There are some articles that as a journalist you cannot believe you have to write, and this is certainly one of them, but let’s be clear: 5G does not in any way cause the coronavirus.
In the last few years, a variety of startups have taken on the issue of food waste, with app Karma being one of the most prominent players in the space.
Cyber insurance is often seen as a new product that has been developed to protect businesses as their processes become increasingly digitised.
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In response to damaging public scrutiny of its privacy and security policies, video collaboration platform vendor Zoom has unveiled a 90-day plan to address these issues.