CommonPass Digital Health Pass and Global Trust Framework Launches to Enable Safer Travel and Accelerate Border Reopenings

  • Trials to begin between London, New York, Hong Kong and Singapore with Cathay Pacific Airways and United Airlines, enabling travellers to start sharing certified COVID-19 test status across borders for the first time

  • Launched by The World Economic Forum and The Commons Project Foundation, a Swiss-based non-profit building digital services for the common good

  • United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to

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NVIDIA to Host Digital GTC in October Featuring Keynote from CEO Jensen Huang and Continuous Program

NVIDIA announced that it will be hosting its GPU Technology Conference, running Oct. 5-9, and featuring a recorded keynote address by CEO and founder Jensen Huang.

GTC will feature the latest innovations in AI, data science, graphics, high-performance and edge computing, networking, autonomous machines and VR for a broad range of industries and government services. Seven separate programming streams will run across North America, Europe, Israel, India, Taiwan, Japan and

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EDITORIAL From luxury to the high street, digital and sustainability are now top priorities – Editorial

In today’s InternetRetailing newsletter, we report on how two luxury retailers are seeing the way that customers buy changing as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns. Watches of Switzerland is forecasting better than expected full-year sales and profits as shoppers go online to buy and to its regional stores – but footfall is down at its London shops.

 

At Mulberry too, shoppers are buying online and favouring regional

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Digital innovation

As a security engineer at a Berlin-based start-up, Leke Zajmi is responsible for enhancing the security posture of the company’s infrastructure and services, and for strengthening these against abuse and nefarious activities. He also develops and implements tooling to detect and mitigate security threats.

“There is constant emerging threat to cyber security. It is my job to research and foresee potential issues of the future,” he explains.

With the world

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At least 463 million students around the world have no access to digital or broadcast lessons, UNICEF says

The study was undertaken after most of the schools around the world closed this spring when the novel coronavirus began to spread and turned into a pandemic. Almost all of the world’s 1.5 billion pre-K-12 students were affected as governments rushed to provide remote learning with digital tools, television- and radio-based teaching, and paper packages taken home by students.

The report says that of the at least 31 percent of

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How SA travel industry can use digital marketing to secure its survival

By Travel Reporter Time of article publishedSep 7, 2020

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As travel businesses are vying for travellers’ attention, Incubeta, a company that deals with media strategy and management and works with many global and local travel companies, believe that the travel industry can use digital marketing to secure its survival.

Roan Mackintosh, MD at Incubeta Group, MEA, said South African companies were facing the

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