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Tech workers are facing a job market that seemed unthinkable six months ago. They’re getting fired over Zoom, whipsawed by phantom job listings and finding that aggressive recruiters have suddenly gone quiet.
Yet certain tech companies are scouting for and hiring employees. These include large companies like Facebook and Amazon, midsize public firms such as Pinterest and ServiceNow, and ...
The business turmoil caused by Covid-19 is prompting companies to cut costs any way they can, from furloughing staff to begging landlords for breaks on their rent. Another tactic is finding ways to save on cloud computing expenses, which are increasingly significant for many companies.
Although cloud computing is often touted as a way to keep technology budgets down, it’s easy for ...
As more businesses start planning to reopen their workplaces, technology for managing office space is poised to shed its backwater status.
Makers of workplace management technology—which businesses rely on to use their spaces more efficiently—are now seeing a boom in sales from companies who need expert input on complying with social distancing guidelines. In ...
So far, China hasn’t spawned any breakout enterprise software companies as successful as Salesforce.com and others of its kind. But venture capitalists and entrepreneurs in the country are more determined than ever to build one.
The weekslong lockdown prompted by the coronavirus forced millions of people in China to work remotely in February, a first for many employers in the ...
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