Google is pushing back its plans to reopen offices amid a resurgence of the coronavirus pandemic.
Work-from-home is one of the biggest impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, and it appears its a change that is here to stay.
In this environment, digital transformation is more important than ever, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger. If you think of it only a few percentages of employees worked from home before this (pandemic). Now it’s 97 percent.
Google has become the latest company to allow employees to work from home for the rest of the year, and promised to give them $1,000 to help.
Salesforce has become the latest company to extend its work from home (WFH) policy, allowing employees to do so through the rest of the year.
German Labor Minister Hubertus Heil plans to put forth legislation that will make working from home a legal right, long after the coronavirus pandemic.
Beginning April 18, Zoom will allow paid subscribers to choose which region their data is routed through.
Experts are saying the U.S. internet should be able to handle the increased stress of millions of Americans working from home as a result of the coronavirus.