October 26, 2020
As we continue into the “new normal”, technology has been at the forefront of business conversations. This week we examine the use of QR codes, how humans still play an important role within the growth of technology, and more. For more info on how Tulu can help businesses with proper sanitization contact our team.
“The pandemic, while undoubtedly an enormous global crisis, also serves as a live demonstration of how human ingenuity, resourcefulness, and diversity of experience — combined with the technological tools of the day — can create solutions, ideas, and business models for the future, solving problems at scale and changing industries overnight."
- Dan Higgins and Nicola Morini Bianzino, contributors for the Harvard Business Review.
The Resurgence of QR Codes
Businesses continue to find new ways to make sure customers feel safe and in control of their environment in stores, restaurants, and more. QR codes have become a “go-to method for creating contactless payment experiences that customers have now come to expect.” Read More.
Australia’s Travel Ban Continues
According to new reports, Australia’s international borders seem likely to remain closed until late 2021. This would mean their travel ban stretches for an unprecedented 18 months. While international travelers dismay, this could mean more safety for Australian citizens. Read More.
Op Ed: Tech Should Enable Change, Not Drive It
In an op-ed from the Harvard Business Review, authors Dan Higgins and Nicola Morini Bianzino explore the need for people to drive business transformation and innovations efforts instead of technology. Read More.
Marella Water as Disinfectant
A new disinfection system has been launched during the Covid-19 pandemic to help organizations maintain the cleanliness of their spaces without worrying about chemicals that could harm the environment. Ever heard of Marella water? Read More.