Coronavirus COVID-19 is in many ways accelerating changes in the way we work that have already been happening. For HR leaders, coronavirus COVID-19 is driving significant change in HR operations that comes with its own set of challenges. HR ops has always been a gigantic responsibility within an organization, and we take a look here at how that responsibility has gotten even more critical.
Amazon’s AWS MetroPlus chatbot program, developed free of charge by Amazon with project management help from Bain & Co., delivered a significant assist to a NYC-based non-profit insurer that continues to pay dividends now and into the future. Here’s the backstory there, and a look at how simple solutions like the one developed here often can have far-reaching benefits.
With physical events and personal selling all but out of the picture for the time being, digital events are going to be the way. A look at how incorporating video is critical to marketing strategy going forward as COVID-19 continues to constrain businesses large and small.
Google recently announced it is adding telehealth features to its Search and Maps, making it easier for consumers to find telehealth resources and making it easier for providers to serve up these offerings. We predict this is just the start of a transition in healthcare services, and the beginning of a new normal.
Companies are seeing how employees can still be productive working from home, which begs the question: Will COVID-19 push the future of work forward?
Just as in every other part of the world, the coronavirus COVID-19 presents a threat to Europe’s tech startup scene. While some countries, like France and Germany, have really stepped up, there is not yet a comprehensive plan in place by the European Commission to afford greater, and more equitable protection. I believe it’s important to not only consider the cost of providing much-needed aid in a balanced way, but also the opportunity cost of not doing so. Here’s why.
During this time of global pandemic, HP is ramping up its 3D technology efforts to produce mission critical supplies for hospitals around the world. This effort represents the tech communities collective challenge to be resourceful and innovative during this global pandemic.
Telehealth and the IoT are being put to good use in Seattle, freeing up hospital beds for more severe COVID-19 cases. This rapid transition to telehealth in a moment of necessity will show hospitals and healthcare providers that telehealth should be an integral part of their operations. Telehealth and IoT powered devices can deliver big benefits in treatment, monitoring, and even aftercare. In fact, I think it’s safe to say that this is the beginning of a new normal for healthcare.
Internet usage soars this week as schools and businesses close their doors due to social isolation. Will internet providers be able to handle the daytime increase in traffic?
How AI can potentially be used in the battle against pandemics – exploring the potential use cases of AI for battling coronarivus COVID-19 and beyond.
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