Impact of the Coronavirus on the World’s Economy Today

Impact of the Coronavirus on the World’s Economy Today

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the service sector activities such as tourism took a dive, manufacturing sector is likely to struggle further. As China comes out of lockdown, social unrest elsewhere could become an issue. The coronavirus pandemic continues to be one of the main topics of recent weeks. How big is the impact of the epidemic across the world for now?

As the U.S likely to become the epicenter in the weeks ahead, it is going to take some time for the dust to settle and for governments to assess the damage. The governments are all responsible to control the […] Read more

Coronavirus pandemic cause majority business to work from home.

Coronavirus pandemic cause majority business to work from home.

Getting risky with business.
Worker found embarrassed during work from home

DURING the coronavirus pandemic thousands of employees worldwide have to work from home.

Despite being able to work from the comfort of their own bed, some workers have faced issues in the process.
The isolated workers have taken to social media to share their biggest work from home fails during the COVID-19 crisis.

Here are some examples of what happen to workers who are working from home.

Whilst on camera for a team meeting via video call, Amanda Baker was left accidentally flashing her co-workers when Ryan walked in shot without any clothes on.

The employee […] Read more

Movement Control Order restricted in Malaysia? How to work from home?

Movement Control Order restricted in Malaysia? How to work from home?

Coronavirus (called Covid-19) cases in Malaysia have been under control in the last few months. However, the newly confirmed cases of Covid-19 increase day after day from 13 March.
Malaysia has the fourth-highest number of Covid-19 cases in Asia
According to The Star (19 March) stated that Malaysia now has the fourth-highest number of Covid-19 cases in Asia behind China, Iran and South Korea. This follows the latest increase in the number of new cases in Malaysia, with 110 new cases reported on Thursday (March 19) bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 900. The latest data can check out here.

Movement […] Read more

How Pandemic COVID-19 Ushered in a New Way of Working?

How Pandemic COVID-19 Ushered in a New Way of Working?

Early before the outbreak of coronavirus, and now declared pandemic, working from home was already gaining traction. Now, most of the employees were forced to practice home-working for the sake of health and safety.

In the US alone, 4.7 million or 3.4% of the population work remotely, according to career platform FlexJobs. The number is expected to rise amid the dangers posed by the novel coronavirus Covid-19.

Driven by cloud and mobile technology

A pandemic could see millions more relying on technology, specifically mobile devices and cloud-based productivity and messaging tools to stay connected even from home.

The unintended result of the outbreak caused […] Read more

How does Coronavirus Outbreak Impact on the Global Economy?

How does Coronavirus Outbreak Impact on the Global Economy?

Since the first case of COVID-19 was identified in the central China city, Wuhan last December, the virus outbreak has spreaded across the world, infected  more than 110,000 people and recorded more than 4,000 death in at least 110 countries and territories globally, according to the World Health Organization. This ongoing spread of COVID-19 has become biggest treats to the global economy and financial markets.

China, where the majority of the confirmed cases are, has reported more than 80,000 infections in the mainland so far. To contain the COVID-19 outbreak, Chinese authorities locked down cities, restricted movements of millions and suspended […] Read more

Coronavirus as ‘Pandemic’ and how Malaysia is affected

Coronavirus as ‘Pandemic’ and how Malaysia is affected

Coronavirus (also called Covid-19) has recently spread rapidly throughout the world, reaching more than 100 countries. According to Pharmaceutical-Technology 2020 stated that the countries with confirmed or suspected of Covid-19 cases not only outbreak in Asian, even in the Middle-East, Europe, and United States. Besides, the top 10 of the most affected countries included China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, France,  Spain, Germany, USA, Japan, and Switzerland. Thus, World Health Organization (WHO) declares coronavirus as a global pandemic.

According to Wong (2020) mentioned that The Ministry of Health (MoH) has been announced 20 new confirmed Covid-19 cases, which bringing the total tally […] Read more

Samsung latest displays launched at ISE 2020

Samsung latest displays launched at ISE 2020

Samsung Electronics is moving the market a further move ahead with the introduction of QLED 8K SMART displays, modern The Wall application and the digital flipchart of the new-and-improved Samsung Flip 2. It will be launched by Samsung at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in first half of 2020.
QLED 8K SMART Signage.

The world’s first 8K display is capable to operate 24/7 service. This new feature of Samsung QLED enables to deliver the extraordinary quality of the photographs. Samsung QLED TVs are known for captivating image quality, HDR10 + technology and 100% colour saturation plus outstanding colour accuracy and a peak brightness […] Read more

Mobile device management and unified endpoint management

Mobile device management and unified endpoint management

Mobile device management is a crucial component of maintaining a stable security posture, but mobile device management and unified endpoint management tools, one of the more difficult areas of cybersecurity is one of the most difficult areas of cybersecurity. The everchanging and growing threat landscape makes security difficult enough, while the lack of control surrounding mobile devices poses an additional challenge for security teams and administrators.

Mobile devices come in various shapes in sizes with equally varying operating systems, further complicating administrator management. For example, most OS allow for remote control capabilities, while Apple only permits remote view.

The most effective way […] Read more

4 Hands-Free Frontline Worker Technologies for the 2020s – Part 2

4 Hands-Free Frontline Worker Technologies for the 2020s – Part 2

Galvanic Skin Response Devices

Hands-free galvanic skin response devices allow workers to easily learn more about their own emotions and experiences via sweat monitoring, and to optionally have that information relayed to other staff. This way, if employees operating heavy machinery are in a severely agitated state, they can be encouraged to take care of themselves, rather than potentially endangering others.

Managers can utilize these devices for more than just monitoring. The Feel Emotion Sensor, for example, offers an enterprise program wherein each worker is encouraged to monitor and sustain their own mental health. This, in turn, can improve workers’ perception […] Read more

4 Hands-Free Frontline Worker Technologies for the 2020s – Part 1

4 Hands-Free Frontline Worker Technologies for the 2020s – Part 1

Frontline workers have a hard upper limit to the amount and pace of manual labor they can perform, given the occupational hazards inherent to warehouses, factories, and other frontline worker domains. If a worker’s job involves manually moving heavy objects, for example, demanding faster performance will eventually come at the unacceptable cost of compromising their safety.

Emerging frontline worker technologies have introduced a way to safely enhance worker productivity: allowing employees to perform an array of functions while their hands are full. This way, employees can work more efficiently, while still taking every precaution necessary to avoid injury.

Take a look at […] Read more