We know that Coronavirus can live on surfaces for up to 72 hours. Ideally, we would have a totally electronic document office by now – banishing paper to history. Of course, the paperless office has failed to become a reality. Silicon UK considers how businesses could adopt more electronic document management techniques to reduce the risk of COVID infection.
The digital security threat landscape has been radically shifting as the pandemic has taken hold. For all businesses, a new approach is needed to ensure that their systems and staff remain safe and secure. What are the critical components of a robust and flexible COVID digital security policy?
As businesses of all sizes build their strategies for COVID recovery, data will play a vital role. As the commercial landscape has changed, information is critical to creating new secure and robust processes and trading environments to ensure a prosperous future in a post-pandemic world. Silicon UK considers how the data business has can be used to help their recovery.
As schools return, Silicon UK considers how technology has been used to keep students connected to their teachers and, what the future of education could look like. As hybrid working looks set to become the norm for businesses, will we see something similar in our education system? How will education change thanks to COVID-19?