Apple is said to be enforcing "additional health and safety protocols" for on-site employees who don't have full vaccination yet as it reportedly conducts inquiries into their vaccination status.
Microsoft has reported that digital civility has taken a turn for the worse in the second and ongoing year of the pandemic. 18 out of the 22 surveyed countries reported net-negative stats.
Citing internal emails, a new report claims that Microsoft is offering a $1,500 "pandemic bonus" to almost all of its employees. GitHub, LinkedIn, and ZeniMax staff are apparently not eligible.
Sony has announced that its upcoming racing title has been delayed to 2022 due to COVID-19. The company says that there have been some production-related challenges due to the uncertain situation.
The analyst firm Gartner has said that it expects IT spending by governments to increase by 5.1% this year as they invest more in devices and telecoms to let employees get work done from home.
Three is offering disadvantaged school children free unlimited data upgrades to help them engage in remote learning. The data is being provided in partnership with the UK Department for Education.
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Ofcom's research should that one in five have been struggling to keep up with their telecom bills. It has called on broadband providers to offer tariffs for those living on a low income.
Twitter today announced that it is expanding its policies to enforce the removal of posts with misinformation about COIVD-19 vaccines. It will also begin labeling false tweets starting next year.
Microsoft has formed strategic partnerships with various organizations such as EY, Accenture, Avanade, and Mazik Global to ensure safe and equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines around the globe.
Facebook has announced that it will now be removing conspiracy theories related to potential COVID-19 vaccines, such as claims that Bill Gates will use them to implant microchips in our bodies.
In a sternly worded letter, Microsoft has urged world leaders to unite and take action against cybercrime groups from North Korea and Russia, among others, which are attacking healthcare institutions.
Microsoft has reportedly updated its internal guidance for employees working from home. The goal is now for employees to be able to return to its offices in July, not January, of next year.
Nokia has released the latest edition of its Threat Intelligence Report. The document reveals that cyberattacks on IoT devices are increasing at an alarming rate due to poor security.
Microsoft has encouraged organizations to rebuild trust with customers by ensuring data privacy themselves rather than solely relying on state legislature in the path to economic recovery.
In the midst of a global pandemic, the collaboration will focus upon increasing the adoption of digital workspaces, as well as helping organizations accelerate their move to the cloud.
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Six more games will soon be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers, split between the Xbox One and PC variants. The additions include Slay the Spire, Pandemic, Space Hulk Tactics, and more.
Microsoft's Project Premonition is a 5-year-long research endeavor with the stated goal of stopping the spread of disease, by employing modern technologies for early detection and analysis.