Aim to spread 60% of COCOA, the Japanese version of the “contact confirmation app”

Contact confirmation app released from June 19th.
Utilizing the API jointly developed by google and Apple, the smartphone’s Bluetooth communication function is used to send notifications to those who are likely to have a heavy contact with the infected person.
Since the effect cannot be exhibited unless the number of users is large, it seems that the countries that have introduced the system are not yet popular. Continue reading “Aim to spread 60% of COCOA, the Japanese version of the “contact confirmation app””

Postponement of the Olympic Games: Half of the “difficulty maintaining motivation” IOC survey

Looking at the results of the IOC survey, it seems to be a material for filling the outer moat as a stepping stone for the cancellation.
As the Tokyo Olympics were postponed for one year due to the spread of the new coronavirus, the IOC = International Olympic Committee conducted a questionnaire survey of about 4,000 athletes and related people around the world Continue reading “Postponement of the Olympic Games: Half of the “difficulty maintaining motivation” IOC survey”

The social distance for the Olympics is full of problems

Although there are many cases where it will be materialized for the Tokyo Olympics, it may affect not only the audience but also the sports in which players directly contact each other.
Since the spectators also keep the distance between spectators, it is important to solve each problem such as whether it can be treated only by changing the seat position of the tickets already sold and the three dense measures in the last mile between moves.
It may be a good opportunity to think positively and review various ways. Continue reading “The social distance for the Olympics is full of problems”

“Take your phone to the toilet”: How can remote work foster a new type of “illness employment”?

The evil of remote work that makes you worried if you are not connected?
“Are you free now?” is a question that is often asked at work.
But Alex, a social media manager at a startup, says he’s worried about the words.

“I feel a strong impatience to respond immediately. I’m worried that my status isn’t green in Slack. I’m afraid I’m too slow to respond. Be prepared to always respond. We are doing this,” said Alex.
https://digiday.jp/agencies/i-carry-my-phone-to-the-bathroom-how-remote-work-can-foster-a-new-kind-of-presenteeism/

‘I carry my phone to the bathroom’: How remote work can foster a new kind of ‘presenteeism’ (English)
https://digiday.com/marketing/i-carry-my-phone-to-the-bathroom-how-remote-work-can-foster-a-new-kind-of-presenteeism/

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The actual situation of “school” cyber attacks targeted by Corona

Along with the cancellation of the emergency declaration, school relations began to be started, but many cyber attacks were carried out, including Japan, where education was conducted through online classes during school holidays.
In particular, unlike the environment provided by working from home, it is often necessary to prepare for each home, so individual security measures are required.Therefore, it is necessary to regularly perform and check for updates and antivirus software updates. important. Continue reading “The actual situation of “school” cyber attacks targeted by Corona”