Quarantines and social distancing measures across the globe are driving technology innovations in ways we couldn’t imagine just a couple just a couple months ago. Digital solutions for keeping us connected and safe are evolving rapidly to address new wants and needs. From social platforms to telemedicine, we are dependent on a host of digital solutions to support us through this unprecedented challenge.
CHARLESTON, S.C. May 14, 2020 /3BL Media/ — Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB), the world’s leading cloud software company powering social good, today releases data insights into companies’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) response to COVID-19. Data was collected via Blackbaud’s YourCause CSRconnect solution, which houses corporate program details and its employees’ engagement within CSR programs. Results show that companies are stepping up to support customers and employees during the pandemic. Key insights include:
We’re all navigating this fast-changing environment, doing our best to adjust to the rapid shift to remote working and online learning. This can feel even more uncertain for our military and veteran community as they transition to civilian careers. This transition is daunting in any circumstance, but a fragile economy and shifting work dynamics creates even greater barriers for those who are separating from military service. Cisco continues to be committed to helping service members chart a clear path to meaningful employment, especially during these unsettling times.
Based in Oakland, California, Replate is a nonprofit with a mission to reduce food waste and food insecurity through its food recovery system. Replate’s technology platform makes it easy for companies to schedule on-demand pickups for their surplus food. Their food rescuers bring donated food to people of all ages and backgrounds who are experiencing food insecurity.
by Husseini Manji, M.D., F.R.C.P.C., Global Therapeutic Head, Neuroscience at The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson
I hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy as we strive to adapt to these challenging circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic is placing a heavy burden on all of us in many ways -- including our mental health.
It is absolutely normal to feel fear, anxiety and stress related to COVID-19. In these times of uncertainty, we feel powerless. We fear for our health and that of our loved ones. For many of us, these are times of financial hardships. We are struggling to balance the demands of work and the needs of our families.
How often do you think about opening a door? It is such a natural action, that the thought has probably hardly ever crossed your mind. But in today’s world, one characterized by social distancing and the need to keep every surface clean, door handles are looming front and center – after all – they are points in the home, in our places of work and in our communities that are used by a wide number of people every day.
Applying Sustainable Climate Solutions and Technologies Strengthens Community Safety and Resilience
DAVIDSON, N.C., May 12, 2020 /3BL Media/ - As countries around the world work to contain the spread of COVID-19 and prepare to reopen, Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT) is addressing critical needs for healthier air quality in buildings, hospitals and homes and safe transport for food and medicine.
Historic implementation of Delos’ health and wellness interventions at the Vatican’s Orientale residences to support the well-being of residents and educate the Vatican network as it prepares to define guidelines for safeguarding health
NEW YORK, May 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ - In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Delos, a wellness real estate and technology company, has formed a collaboration with Humanity 2.0 Well Being and the Pontifical Orientale Institute to upgrade the Vatican’s Orientale’s residences with its evidence-based health and wellness technologies and solutions.
Manufacturers have invested billions of dollars in developing electric vehicles (EVs) for both personal and commercial use. Fleet and sustainability managers are increasingly embracing the benefits and EVs are hitting the roads. But with more and more medium and heavy-duty EVs on the market, utilities must invest in the high-powered infrastructure necessary to support these vehicles’ needs.