Let us see, How the Pandemic has affected the Indian IT Business?


By MYBRANDBOOK


 Let us see, How the Pandemic has affected the Indian IT Business?

COVID-19 pandemic is slowing growth in the India IT Services & Business market, and is expected to reach US$14 Billion by December 2020; as per the IDC India Reports.

 

Apple and Google have announced a rare collaboration to create a new contact tracing technology.

 

The technology will use Bluetooth signals to track if users have been in contact with anyone exposed to coronavirus.

 

Health experts have praised the move, but caution is that the technology 'isn’t a substitute for testing'.

 

As per our report, Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google said that they will work together to create contact tracing technology that aims to slow the spread of the coronavirus by allowing users to opt to logging into other phones they have been near.

 

The rare collaboration between the two Silicon Valley companies, whose operating system powers 99% of the world’s smartphones, could accelerate usage of apps that aim to get potentially infected individuals into testing or quarantine more quickly and reliably than existing systems in much of the world.

 

Similarly, Government of India has also come up with a health App: Aarogya Setu . It will keep a track of the people who come close to each other while having the application on their phones. Their contact history can be pulled up if any of these persons tests positive for the coronavirus disease, which will make tracing of all contacts who would have been exposed to an infectious person faster.

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