Budget airline EasyJet has admitted falling victim to a cyber-attack that exposed the personal information of nine million customers.
Video conferencing tools have seen their stock soar in recent months, with more of us working from home than ever before. Zoom is no exception – with people around the world now using it for business meetings, conference calls and social check-ins. If you’re one of the millions of people now doing just that, take a look at our five tips to elevate your future meetings.
Though the global coronavirus pandemic has brought huge challenges to businesses across the world, many are now turning their attentions to the potential benefits to come out of it – in terms of what can be learned and how things can change in future.
It’s not just pasta, rice and toilet roll that have been flying off the shelves of late, as tech sales have increased drastically – with Brits looking to equip their home offices with all the gear needed to work effectively during the lockdown.
If you want to get an insight into how people are dealing with the COVID-19 lockdown, you need look no further than the apps they’re downloading and sites they’re visiting. Here you get a real indication of what people are doing with their time, and the tools they need to live and work from home.
A huge number of us are now working from home, as the COVID-19 lockdown keeps offices closed for the foreseeable future. This shouldn’t come as a worry for businesses and managers, however, as home working has been proven to increase productivity, improve concentration levels and help maintain a healthy work-life balance.