LTI Canvas Software Engineering Platform for Remote & Hybrid Workforce of Future

LTI Canvas leverages Microsoft technologies to help enterprises adapt new ways of working. Larsen & Toubro Infotech (BSE code: 540005, NSE: LTI), a global technology consulting and digital solutions company has launched LTI Canvas, a modern software engineering platform that addresses critical need of enabling work from anywhere. LTI Canvas is an integrated platform that… Continue reading LTI Canvas Software Engineering Platform for Remote & Hybrid Workforce of Future

Nutanix Steps up Support for ‘Work From Anywhere’

‘FastTrack for VDI’ Service to Help Organizations Onboard Thousands of Remote Employees. Secure and user-friendly VDI environment available in just few weeks Supporting the continuous DX journey of local organizations in times of uncertainty. Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced a new VDI service to help promote telework adoption among Thai organizations.… Continue reading Nutanix Steps up Support for ‘Work From Anywhere’

Outbreak Jump-Starts ‘Work from Home’

In one month, working from home has turned from a luxury for many office workers in Thailand to a necessity. While the transition is hampered by buggy video conferencing programmes, missed communications and unanswered emails, some office heads like the new concept, saying it can actually increase efficiency and keep workers happy.

Microsoft to let Employees ‘Work from Home’ Permanently

Software giant Microsoft will let employees work from home permanently if they choose to, US media reported, becoming the latest employer to expand work from home provisions prompted by the Covid-19 pandemic. US tech news website The Verge said most Microsoft employees are still at home as the health crisis drags on, and the company… Continue reading Microsoft to let Employees ‘Work from Home’ Permanently

Peloton, Pizza and Videogames Grow in ‘Stay at Home’ World

Consumers are redeploying their travel and entertainment budgets during the Covid-19 pandemic Consumers holed up during the coronavirus pandemic redirected their travel and entertainment dollars toward pizza, videogames, home-exercise equipment and luxury goods, according to several companies that provided business updates Thursday.

More Efficient Home Life?

A reduction in device prices and advancements in 5G and IoT could mean a jump in smart home development Enthusiasm for smart homes has penetrated the property sector the past few years, though it’s mainly focused on high-end real estate because the prices of connected home appliances remain high. But the adoption of smart home… Continue reading More Efficient Home Life?

Rental Home as Office Space Anywhere: Like Airbnb But for Work

The sharing economy is here to stay. We now live a world where Airbnb hosts more rooms in more global destinations than any major hotel chain, and Uber is competing with Google to produce the first self-driving taxi. But in the craze over collaborative consumption, when does “smart” sharing cross the line into “oversharing”?