Due to impacts from the COVID-19 coronavirus, companies have had to implement remote working for many of their users. While some organizations were ready for this move, others are playing catch-up. Here are tools that IT pros can use to establish...
With so many people working remotely because of the coronavirus, surveillance software is flying off the virtual shelves.
With so many workers videoconferencing from home -- while their children stream videos and play Fortnite -- the internet is creaking at the seams, according to Nokia Oyj.
As remote work becomes the new normal due to COVID-19, work-from-home software companies are ramping up the addition of features and enhancements to their products to help employees be more productive.
For IT pros who are now grappling with the task of provisioning and supporting a workforce that hasn’t had to test their ability to work remotely, the primary challenge is how to help the workforce get back to working. An interview with the author...
Microsoft unveiled new features for its Teams team collaboration software, timed to the product’s third anniversary and arriving amid a surge of remote working due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Around the world, there are early signs that some of the emergency measures Wall Street is rolling out to keep employees safe in a pandemic will become a lasting practice in an industry that’s long mythologized the handshake.
China’s return to the office offers lessons for Americans and Europeans now sheltering in place.