Telemedicine – your doctor just a drone call away

The Telemedicine market was valued at $45 billion in 2019. Estimates based on trends prior to the Covid-19 outbreak appraised the market to be valued at around $175 billion by 2026. It is fair to say that these estimates will need to be looked at with a fresh set of eyes and disinfected hands in […]

A 3D Printer On Every Desk Post Covid-19

Microsoft was founded with a vision of a computer on every desk, and in every home. In 1975, this seemed farfetched and unnecessary. Computers at that time were what hobbyists, governments, universities and multi-national corporations used. Today, we cannot do without computers that have taken on a range of form factors. The idea of 3D […]

Social Distancing and Fist Fights: Get ready for Fight Club

After strict lockdowns across the world, governments are slowly easing stay at home orders and permitting people to reemerge from their homes. While initially the questions revolved around a specific date when we could flip the switch and get back to normal, now there is a realization that the return to normalcy will be a […]

Spoiler Alert: We are going to destroy our environment post Covid-19

These days we get to see a lot of positive photos on the impact of Covid-19 on the environment. My favorite meme about the improved air quality is the one that goes something like this; “Because of less air pollution, when I look up, I can see my files stored in the cloud.” Accompanying memes […]

Paid and Unpaid leave and its impact on Travel and Tourism in 2020

Right now, we are all trying to survive. While we #StayHome to help #FlattenTheCurve, businesses world over are finding ways to stay afloat with the hope of making a comeback in the remaining quarters of 2020. One of the industries that was the first to be hit because of the Covid-19 Pandemic is Travel and […]

Is Globalization dead as a result of Covid-19?

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed our global supply chain to be too interdependent to serve the interest of national security. Today we see countries struggling to meet their own medical procurement needs from ventilators to face masks. Our over-dependence on a few countries seems to have left us all vulnerable. Globalization is an incredible innovation […]

A future we cannot touch

The coronavirus pandemic has made us acutely aware of the things we touch on a daily basis. From door handles to ATM machines, kiosk touch screens to keypads on credit card machines, we seem to be touching everything around us to interact. At some point in time, this pandemic will pass, and we will find […]

Impact of washing hands on weather forecasts

The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting every part of our lives and the world economy. As we slowly get used to the new normal that is being created, we start appreciating the level of interconnectivity we have created on our planet. One of the things we have taken for granted for years is weather forecasts. Over […]

The END of Digital Transformation!

The coronavirus pandemic has opened many eyes and caused us to see flashbacks from presentations over the last decade. Proposals to change the way we operate like going digital, paperless, meeting virtually, and being present where our customers are have found themselves buried in the PowerPoint graveyard. With most countries experiencing some sort of lockdown […]