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IBM, Verizon Team on 5G for IoT

IBM, Verizon Team on 5G for IoT

IBM, Verizon Team on 5G for IoT Responding to what they say is a wave of pandemic-driven automation, IBM and Verizon have announced an Internet of Things partnership that combines IBM’s AI, hybrid cloud and asset management tools with the wireless carrier’s 5G and edge computing technologies. Are you interested in selling Verizon Wireless services?…

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Verizon, Ford Work to Feed Healthcare Workers in Downtown Detroit

Verizon, Ford Work to Feed Healthcare Workers in Downtown Detroit

Verizon, Ford Work to Feed Healthcare Workers in Downtown Detroit The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content. BASKING RIDGE, Apr 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — Verizon is collaborating with the Ford Motor Company Fund to expand Verizon’s “Food for Frontline Workers” initiative to doctors, nurses and medical…

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Verizon teams on the frontlines with COVID-19 first responders

Verizon teams on the frontlines with COVID-19 first responders

4/16 Update: Verizon teams on the frontlines with COVID-19 first responders BASKING RIDGE, N.J. — Whether standing up a virtual call center to enable government employees in Rhode Island to more efficiently serve their communities from home offices, or keeping nursing home patients in the State of New Mexico’s Aging and Long-Term Services Department connected…

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7 Ideas to Use “Found Time” During COVID-19

7 Ideas to Use “Found Time” During COVID-19

It’s no longer “business as usual” to say the least. During this COVID-19 pandemic, nothing is as usual. You may have found yourself working from home – with or without children to care for – or discovering that many of your customers have shut down operations, so you’re wondering what to do with this “found…

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8 Tips to Working From Home During the Pandemic

8 Tips to Working From Home During the Pandemic

The Pandemic is causing stress, anxiety, depression, panic behavior, and many other assorted reactions. Remain calm, we will not run out of food, water, or other supplies. On top of all this, many are asked to work at home with their children being home from canceled schools for weeks. Now is the time to take…

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Remote work: 5 steps to cultivate an environment where employees thrive

Remote work: 5 steps to cultivate an environment where employees thrive

Remote work: 5 steps to cultivate an environment where employees thrive Remote employees are becoming the new norm for companies across the globe. According to research from Global Workplace Analytics, employees benefit from the flexibility and mix of environments that facilitate both collaboration in-office and stronger focus on tasks when remote. However, shifting to remote…

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Dealing With Work-At-Home Isolation due to Covid-19

Dealing With Work-At-Home Isolation due to Covid-19

As you take your first steps into this work-from-home movement, it’s not unusual to miss even the most unappealing features of a standard full-time job. Most commonly, people that work from home have difficulty coping with the loss of a regular social routine in the workplace. The consequences of isolation can be wide-reaching. As your…

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Verizon’s networks stand ready for increases in data traffic

Verizon’s networks stand ready for increases in data traffic

Verizon’s networks stand ready for increases in data traffic BASKING RIDGE, N.J. – With recent increases in telecommuting and online learning, Verizon’s networks stand ready to serve customers at work, at home and remotely – including first responders and those protecting the public – when critical connectivity is needed most. Are you interested in selling…

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Are your customers prepared for the increased remote workforce due to COVID-19?

Are your customers prepared for the increased remote workforce due to COVID-19?

This preparation may need to include the expansion of employers’ capacity to offer remote work. “Businesses can replace in-person meetings with video or telephone conferences and increase teleworking options,” Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said in a conference call. As the COVID-19 situation evolves with the U.S….

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