Imagine sitting in your room, wearing a virtual reality (VR) headset and getting the feel of walking into a conference, or an expo, or watching a product demo. This isn’t science fiction as the Covid-19 outbreak grounds millions of people worldwide.
Apple launches COVID-19 information app, website
New Delhi, Mar 29 (ANI): In a bid to provide accurate and credible information to users about the COVID-19 pandemic, tech giant Apple has released a new dedicated app and website for users across the US. The new COVID-19 app and website provide the latest information and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As the official release notes, the app is available on the App Store. The users can also use the new tools to answer questions around risk factors, recent exposure, and symptoms. The tool will provide guidance on social distancing and self-isolating based on risk level. In addition to the new tools, Apple also enabled Siri to provide guidance and resources from the CDC. Users in the US can ask Siri, "How do I know if I have coronavirus?" to access the information.
The company said that certain teams are being moved offshore from client locations and global centres, which will drive offshore volume up and adversely impact FY21 dollar revenue. Lower offshore realisations and travel restrictions are also likely to impact revenue. It expects to have better clarity in 30-60 days as the situation is fluid and constantly changing.
Soon, an app to help you trace your exposure to Covid-19
Worried about having crosses paths with a covid positive patient? Well, soon you'll have an app to track it..The Covid tracker app from the government will be available in English and all major Indian languages.
Coming soon — a Covid tracker app from the government in English and all major Indian languages. The government is likely to launch a smartphone application to help users check if they crossed paths with patients who tested positive for coronavirus.
Asserting that Microsoft is financially strong despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, its India-born CEO Satya Nadella has voiced confidence that the company will come out of the crisis "pretty strong".
Maven is a software platform currently used by approximately 40 organizations — primarily U.S. public health agencies, as well as international clients — to manage cases of more than 90 communicable diseases, according to a release. Starting Tuesday, organizations can gain access to Conduent’s new module to track COVID-19.
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