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The application is preparing a feature that could be particularly useful in this coronavirus crisis. It is a tool that will allow people receiving a message to verify its authenticity. In fact, WhatsApp will most likely show a little icon next to the message so that you can see more details about what is being said on the internet.
An original method has been adopted by three European countries to fight against the spread of the virus. Mobile operators are now giving the authorities data on who is or is not complying with the rules. But there is no need to worry: all of them respect the European laws on confidentiality.
Amazon, YouTube and Netflix are reducing the image quality of their services to ensure the smooth operation of telecommunications networks essential for rescue and care services. It is also essential for teleworkers and the massive use of telecommuting and tele-education solutions. Amazon, Netflix and even YouTube are joining forces in this battle.
A consortium consisting of IBM, Amazon Web Service, Google Cloud, Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Energy has given scientists access to supercomputers and cloud services to do research on the new COVID-19 virus. The consortium is considering research in the fields of bioinformatics, epidemiology and molecular modelling. The project must guarantee that computing power is not an obstacle in the research.
Research agency Canalys reports that China's cloud infrastructure market grew 66.9% to $3.3 billion in the last quarter of 2019. Critical note: this was before COVID-19 hit the country. China is the second largest market for cloud infrastructure in the world, with a market share of 10.8%. For next year, Ball (analyst at Canalys) still sees growth, despite the impact of COVID-19 in Q1 2020.
In this daily report, Auxipress gathers the key facts and figures of the Coronavirus crisis in the Belgian news.The following report is based on the analysis of the media agendas to evaluate the media visibility of the coronavirus. This methodology is based on the monitoring of almost 90 sources of printed and online press.
In recent years, we have witnessed a reorientation of the marketing mix. Digitisation is largely responsible for this.
Here are trending topics in the Belgian and Dutch press for the month of February.
You can see below the most mediatized brands in Belgium and the Netherlands, as well as the insights to explain these shifts in our media coverage ranking.