As we watched the news unfold on the COVID-19 crisis, what became apparent is the importance of empirical data and analytics to inform citizens and governments worldwide and empower them to make policy and healthcare decisions.
As a result of COVID-19, government agencies were fielding an enormous number of inquiries daily. With phone lines jammed and email boxes overflowing the Georgia Department of Labor decided to step up and deploy a Q&A chatbot for fast, accurate information.
Working from home for the first time can be a scary experience. How do I get connected? Where do I get help? In my first video podcast, Kevin Turner shows us how Artificial Intelligence can help serve as a trusted advisor to make working from home more enjoyable and productive.
Enterprises in every part of the world are figuring out the technology required to enable employees to work from home. But have we overlooked the human side of working from home? In part 3 of this series on remote work, Mat Newfield shares with Weston Morris five human factors that are important to consider when enabling a work from home program. In focusing our energy in getting our technology secure, have we overlooked the need to help the human to be secure?
As enterprises around the globe grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, they are keeping their employees safe by letting them work from home. In this episode, Unisys Chief Information Security Officer Mat Newfield discusses the cybersecurity concerns organizations are facing in this new reality, as they look to quickly expand capacity and extend access for large populations of remote workers.
We live in unprecedented times. People and organizations across the globe are grappling to contain the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We all have to do our part to slow its spread. For most of us, that means staying at home and keeping a six-foot physical distance from one another.