Parenting the next generation always raises a new set of challenges as well as opportunities. After all, new parents are raising their children in a world that is very different from the one they experienced in their own childhood. Over the past couple of decades, technology has also changed things more fundamentally with parents today raising a generation who at times can feel as if they are speaking an entirely different language to them.
With the coronavirus wreaking havoc across the world, people are more conscious about personal hygiene. I, for one, have become a ferocious hand-washer, with a bottle of sanitiser gel or spray constantly in my carry bag if I’m out and about. While we do our utmost best to keep ourselves protected i.e. wash our hands, wear a face mask, practice social distancing; we tend to take for granted certain objects we touch and use frequently, on a daily basis. Take, for instance, our smartphone.
- Grab establishes two funds to support driver & delivery partners.
- Grab works with Government of Malaysia to provide updated and accurate news.
26 March 2020: With the extension of the MCO, it is even more imperative for us to look out for our network of delivery partners as they continue to serve our customers.
It’s Day #6 of MCO. Most of us are worried about our own health, safety, and perhaps even our social lives. At the same time, many businesses small and big, restaurants and even market sellers are not just focused on simply sustaining their livelihood but wondering how to cater to the growing demands of their customers with the newly implemented MCO guidelines.
Microsoft has been an active participant in Safer Internet Day each year since it started in 2004, and for the past several years, it’s also served as the launch date for our Digital Civility Index (DCI). The DCI is based on a survey we conduct in 25 countries worldwide, and it polls teens and adults about their encounters with 21 different online risks. You can find this year’s report and a number of other related resources here.
Everyone is in the race to perfect the autonomous car, developing a self-driving vehicle that is safer, smarter and more efficient. To develop and deploy autonomous cars at scale, the right technology infrastructure is critical as the production of these vehicles requires high-performance computing capacity, along with seamless cybersecurity, and the ability to manage vast data sets. The cloud offers organizations the support they need to realise their dream of building their self-driving vehicle.