As coronavirus continues to spread across the world, many companies are asking their employees to work-from-home as part of their social distancing response to the crisis.
Alibaba introduced a fresh video-conferencing application Alibaba Cloud Meeting to further enhance the experience of remote work for companies.
Shimo Docs has recently completed B+ round of financing worth tens of millions of dollars.
Canceled events, xenophobia, suspended flights to China, cruise ships being denied port of entry despite having no coronavirus cases on board – this is just a small portion of the absurdity dominating the media field these days.
The recent coronavirus outbreak dramatically increased the penetration of productivity apps on the Chinese market, which in turn will likely accelerate the digitization of local enterprises.
As the outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus becomes an international crisis, the Chinese tech industry is forced to get creative in finding solutions to avoid direct human interactions.
For many Chinese white collar workers trapped inside their homes due to the coronavirus outbreak, it’s been a miraculously chaotic day on February 3.