Thousands of Sky broadband customers across the South of England struggle to work from home after a network fault leaves them without internet access for up to six hours

Broadband use has spiked in the past few weeks as people spend more time in their house during the day – with the main demand coming from video streaming, video chat services like Zoom and gaming. 

Remote working could put an end to the office as we know it

“Attackers regularly take advantage of spikes in communication or activity to launch attacks. While it shouldn’t take a global pandemic to trigger businesses into action, it’s more important than ever to make sure the right security infrastructure is in place across all channels to keep your business and customers safe,” he added.

RRR: Makers Of SS Rajamouli’s Film Break Silence Over Release Date Reports

Well, the shooting of RRR is almost completed as SS Rajamouli is yet to film some important action sequences which require a big group of foreigner actors. Set in the pre-Independence era, RRR’s last leg of the shoot was supposed to be shot in Goa, however, due to the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, the shooting has […]

Determined Cheteshwar Pujara Hopes to Work on Fitness During Forced Break

But Pujara revealed he was also ailing due to a strain on his back. For Test specialist Pujara, the next major assignment is the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in December this year and he hopes to utilise this break to monitor his fitness and work on it accordingly.

Amazon will roll out temperature checks and masks for workers at ALL its U.S. warehouses and Whole Foods stores by next week after walkouts over unsafe working conditions

Dave Clark, Amazon’s senior vice president of worldwide operations, said the company has prioritized worker safety and changed more than 150 processes to do so. To promote social distancing, Amazon has already staggered warehouse work start times and ended stand-up meetings during shifts.

‘It’s A War Where We Cannot Ostracise One Community’ – Indian Journos on COVID-19 Coverage

“This is a war (against COVID-19) in which we cannot ostracise one community,” Suresh told Sputnik. What took the mainstream Indian media by storm was a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases after the Islamic missionary group Tablighi Jamaat organised an event in Delhi in mid-March where over 1,800 people from 41 countries gathered. Later, some […]

EXCLUSIVE-Oil crash ‘not permanent,’ Mexico sticks to output, investment plans

In Latin America, the largest regional producer, Brazil’s state-controlled Petrobras, this week said it will widen production cuts to 200,000 barrels per day (bpd) from the 100,000 bpd in cuts originally planned, while shortening work hours and delaying investment in oil projects.

Coronavirus pandemic | 70% of COVID-19 patients in Kerala have Dubai links

Kerala, which is one of the worst-hit states in the country, has two disease hotspots now – one in Kasargod and the other in Kannur. In both the north Kerala districts, most persons who tested positive for the deadly virus have either returned from Dubai or are primary contacts of Dubai returnees, the official informed.

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 4

Director of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Hai Phong Chapter Phi Van Duc said that the reality shows that it is not possible to expect a breakthrough in labour productivity, investment efficiency and competitiveness of the economy as well as the business community without change. The advantage of cheap labour are falling […]

EDO: Urban renewal, the Obaseki touch in sports, education, health, judiciary etc

The Edo State judiciary also benefited from the infrastructural development of Governor Obaseki. The state government built the Judges’ Quarters to ensure that the welfare of members of the top brass of the judiciary is well catered for. The quarter is the first executive residence for Judges in the state and is located at Aiguobasimwin Road, within the GRA, which is the […]