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Many businesses would agree that complying Movement Control Order (MCO) to shut down partial business activities can help to curb the spread of Covid-19. Larger businesses have a better chance of surviving with more cash flow at their disposal, larger

The IT inductry is facing a difficult situation currently for businesses and employees, but it is particularly challenging for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and those in the gig economy. While most of these smaller businesses and self-employed individuals would

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

COVID-19, referred to the Novel Coronavirus, is globally affected over 100,000 people direcly and millions indirectly. For years we’ve heard in Information Security that “the perimeter is dead,” but now is the time that we test it as some companies

As cases of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) are increasing over the country, most of the companies are changing their workforce to home-working to curb the virus spread. Teleworking, “remote working,” or simply “working from home,” is a centerpiece of those

As of March 19, tens of thousands of companies worldwide are making major changes to reduce the risk of employees contracting COVID-19, by allowing remote working from home. Working from home is a hard adjustment for anyone to make, especially for

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

As the Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has ordered a partial lockdown of all public activities in the country from March 18 until March 31, it forced the closure of all government and private premises except essential services. Due to the