We are already preparing everything at BISITE to return to the laboratories in complete safety. Although we have gotten used to teleworking and we are keeping up the pace, we should start thinking about going back.
Covid-19 times are not easy; we are not used to dealing with such situations. This experience has forced us to change our ways of acting and our standards. Naturally, the majority of us are very concerned about our privacy, we want to protect our data and our families, and minimize our public exposure.
The importance of digital transformation has increased over the last months. Many businesses are now assured of the effectiveness of the different technologies they have implemented, while many others have not yet set out on this process, and they are just beginning to draw up strategies for initiating the transformation.
Due to the current health crisis, a large part of our daily tasks are now done online; we work from home, make transactions online and do many other activities online. However, this puts our security on the Internet at a greater risk.
Denisa Kera is a Marie Curie fellow at BISITE, her Lithopy Project has been chosen as one of the two best digital storytelling projects, among the 12 selected and 50 revised projects as part of the of the Digital Storytelling Lab, at Columbia University.
The BISITE Group at the University of Salamanca is launching collaborative projects and developing technology that will that will help fight the virus. The members of BISITE have been coordinating a grand initiative, to which Béjar has been central.
Like many other technologies, Blockchain is becoming very important, companies and institutions have implemented it in different solutions, so that they can benefit from Blockchain’s decentralization, traceability and security.