IBM Indonesia has called for companies to step up their cybersecurity measures in "remote working era" of the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic.
With companies around the world affected by the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic, many rely on cloud services to shift traditional ways of working to remote working.
The video conferencing platform Zoom is the most popular out there. And it finally gave in, as people urged it to provide end-to-end encryption for all users.
Chrome is Google's web browser, and it's the most popular. This fact makes it a prime target by malicious actors who wish to spy on internet users.
Google is the tech giant of the web and beyond. And with its massive resources, it has what it takes to compete with others.
Twitter has given its users a way to express their voice to the world. This time, it literally allows users to really speak on the platform.
Zoom is the undisputed champion of video-conferencing app, and that is because it had its popularity boosted tremendously amid the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic.
After months of talks and trials, WhatsApp finally introduces a way for users to send and receive money through its app.
The 'COVID-19' coronavirus impacts the economy in a bad way. Businesses that want to operate to at least their near-full capacity, need to keep up with people's shifting habit.