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  • With several organisations implementing work from home for employees in the wake of growing COVID-19 threat, hackers have turned their eyes on breaking into companies’ networks and systems in absence of robust, multi-layered firewall and security solutions within the boundaries of workers’ homes. http://bit.ly/2IQxP3g
  • In view of the coronavirus scare, education technology company Extramarks has said it will give all students full and free access to its app until April 30th, 2020. In view of the coronavirus scare, education technology company Extramarks has said it will give all students full and free access to its app until April 30th, 2020. http://bit.ly/2TT2IdU
  • BioNTech struck a collaboration deal with Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical over the German biotech firm’s rights in China to an experimental coronavirus vaccine, the latest gambit in a global race to halt the pandemic. http://bit.ly/2vwPdY4
  • While Google is still working on a coronavirus screening and racking website, Microsoft Bing team has already launched a web portal for tracking COVID-19 infections worldwide. The website, accessible at bing.com/covid, provides up-to date infection statistics for each country. http://bit.ly/2wgC6un
  • Microsoft’s chat and communications tool, Microsoft Teams, went down across Europe this morning for more than two hours. The outage started just as thousands of workers started to sign into the service and attempt to work remotely amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. http://bit.ly/3b0BjfJ
  • Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma says he is donating 500,000 coronavirus testing kits and one million protective face masks to the United States, Reuters reports. The Chinese billionaire already has pledged 2 million protective masks to European countries. http://bit.ly/2xK4Qfq