A top cyber security leader speaks frankly about the risks of working from home, the importance of the cloud in securing home critical infrastructure, and how his job as a nightclub bouncer prepared him for a career as a go-to cyber risk specialist.
Innovative digital technologies are helping nonprofit organizations better run their businesses while maximizing social good.
Understanding how and why video conferencing overwhelms our brains and triggers fatigue may help people improve its negative effects.
While no catch-all medical solution currently exists, telemedicine is expected to be one of the pandemic’s enduring legacies, nudging doctors, health services, and governments to be more thoughtful about offering face-to-face consultations.
Manufacturers and hobbyists are using 3D printing to address the personal protective equipment shortage faced by frontline workers.
Robots may end up one of the unlikely heroes of the effort to contain the coronavirus as they reinforce the ranks of essential workers to deliver medications, provide entertainment, disinfect hospitals and schools, and much more.
From comedians to yoga instructors, to artists and personal trainers, everyone is using technology creatively to help people “disconnect” and help fill the void left by social distancing.
How might employees working from home offices, kitchens, and dining rooms inadvertently expose the corporate IT network and systems to a cyberattack? Here are some tips for teleworkers to ensure a secure and productive work environment at home.
To help employees stay connected, focused and healthy, leaders are using new strategies like over-communication, virtual yoga sessions and Open Mic Thursdays.
Like many conservation and environmental organizations, Earth Day Network and the Seattle Aquarium are pivoting to technology to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with interactive activities, livestreamed events and more.
Educators, parents and students are adapting in the wake of recent school closures. Kindergartners are chatting with their classmates via video conferences. Middle schoolers are embarking on virtual fields. Here’s what the “edtech” epoch looks like and where there’s room for improvement moving forward.
When working from home abruptly became the new normal in March, leaders needed to look for ways to operate remotely while addressing organizational culture, cultivating camaraderie and encouraging productivity. And it’s happening.