What happens to assets now?

whnThe coronavirus is doing its best to wreak destruction on a wide scale. We’re in lockdown, advised to stay home to flatten the curve, and keep everyone as safe as possible. We’re hearing lots of stories about businesses working hard to provide products to protect our frontline workers: health professionals, delivery drivers, supermarket staff and other essential enterprises.

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Zoom goes security

zoomThe coronavirus has caused an explosion in the use of social media platforms, and particularly software programs that have a videoconferencing option.

As more and more of us are remaining indoors, following advice to #stayhome, the way we connect with our work colleagues for critical business functions, as well as our friends and extended family members has been via these platforms.

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Energy sector announces plan for COVID-19

ESIt has been said many times before that we are living in extremely challenging times. The terrain of enforced shut down caused by the coronavirus pandemic across towns and cities globally is unchartered. Nobody knows precisely what is best. Decisions made represent a fine balancing act between the health of people and the economic stability of the country. These are not mutually exclusive; most readers will be aware that economic stability in any country vastly improves the health of that country’s inhabitants.

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Preparing Assets for post-COVID life

post COVIDMost of the world is releasing its breath over the coronavirus pandemic. Restrictions are being relaxed, cautiously and optimistically, in many countries. Individuals are stepping out their homes and, while observing social distancing guidelines, greeting friends, neighbours and extended family members.

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