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.
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.
Amid the effects of COVID-19, businesses are utilizing virtual conference tools where international travel would have previously been arranged.
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.
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.
Mobile-focused streaming service Quibi is set to launch on 6 April, followed nine days later by NBCUniversal’s Peacock, while AT&T’s highly vaunted HBO Max offering is slated to launch in May.
As many sectors of the economy have already been negatively affected by COVID-19, the big ramp up of IoT that we have been anticipating, alongside the growth of 5G and edge computing, may also be in jeopardy.
As the coronavirus outbreak forces millions to work from home, companies are having to develop large-scale remote working capabilities, deploying virtual private networks (VPNs) and collaboration tools to all employees.
Streaming is set to increase as the world’s largest e-commerce platform is now allowing its Amazon Prime subscribers to make in app purchases for its Apple users.
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has unveiled a government-initiated plan to harness the power of big data, AI and cloud computing to manage and help contain the health crisis created by Covid-19.
With the number of confirmed infected cases rapidly rising, the Chilean government has launched a series of measures to protect the population and cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The global pandemic that is COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill.
With Moscow witnessing an increasing number of COVID-19 cases and President Putin ordering the closure of non-essential businesses from 28 March to 5 April , many people have been staying at home.
Ad-based video on demand (AVOD) is the future of the TV streaming market.
While COVID-19 didn’t invent the concept of cashless and contactless shopping, it did bring the concept to the forefront.
COVID-19 has created shutdowns and major disruptions in employee working styles and supply chains across all sectors.
Coronavirus is probably the largest crisis of our generation.
Telecommunications providers worldwide are currently racing to enhance their network capacity for residential homes.
The COVID-19 outbreak is now travelling around the world, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
This week Rwanda became the first African country to impose a full lockdown against Covid-19, leading the continent before Kenya and DRC followed suit.
Asia is bracing for recession as Singapore reports significant economic slowdown.
COVID-19 has led to a medical emergency and sent major cities into lockdown.
Like other sectors, telecom is being impacted by the global outbreak of COVID-19.
The Covid-19 outbreak has had a significant impact on esports, one of the fastest-growing areas of the gaming sector.
Subject to social distancing and self-isolation measures, venturing into an in-store travel agency will no longer be an option for customers over the next few months.
Esports – organized multiplayer video game competitions – is estimated to become a $1bn industry in 2020.
The Middle East and Africa (MEA) region is starting to see an expansion of COVID-19.