Speaking at the company’s Next Tech online partner conference this week, company executives cited mobile connectivity, tele-medicine, and cybersecurity as three examples of areas where opportunities for partners persist despite the coronavirus.
The good news is that July starts the second half of 2020, already voted the Year We Want to Forget. The bad news is the weather keeps making up for the lack of official fireworks with thunderstorms from Texas up through the Midwest all the way to Canada.
Those jonesing for live sports to dominate the airwaves once again should be happy to hear the NBA has formally approved a way to restart the season next month. 22 teams will play eight “regular season” games starting on July 31 and start the playoffs afterwards.
2020 just keeps on giving presents we didn’t ask for, doesn’t it? Viruses and murder hornets and now an early start to the storm season. Tropical Storm Arthur hits North Carolina today, two weeks before the official storm season starts on June 1.
This past Sunday was Mother’s Day and we hope you connected with family in some way or another. In a related note, we feel for those trying to teach computerphobe family members how to use Zoom or Google Meet for the first time.