Physical health and safety systems growing in importance as employees head back to offices

Visitor management systems have moved from a nice-to-have to a must-have during the pandemic, said VMS provider Traction Guest.

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As workers head back to offices, physical safety has become of paramount importance, and visitor management systems (VMSes) have moved from a convenient “nice-to-have” pre-COVID-19, to a must-have. VMSes will play a critical role in driving best practices for employee and visitor safety in the workplace, according to provider Traction Guest.

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Ensuring company and employee safety as businesses reopen requires more than just temperature checks and redesigning the office

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Oppo Reno 4 Pro hands-on: Flagship features on a midrange phone

Oppo’s slim Reno 4 Pro crams a 4,000-mAh battery under its hood.

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Midrange phones have developed a reputation for being boring over the past few years. They often come with overused features and unmemorable names. But Chinese phone-maker Oppo’s new Reno 4 Pro is chipping away at that narrative. The Reno 4 Pro, which launched in India in July, is technically a midrange phone, but it’s packed with features typically found in more fancy flagships. It has a curved 90Hz display, ultrafast charging and a set of stereo speakers. But because it is a midrange phone after all,

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Tenet Nears $150 Million at Box Office as It Opens in the US and China

Tenet has climbed to an estimated worldwide box office total of $146.2 million (about Rs. 1,067 crores) after bringing in $78.3 million (about Rs. 571 crores) with its opening in the US, China, and Russia, and its second weekend in most parts of Europe, Asia, and Australia. Those aren’t great figures for a Christopher Nolan movie — his most expensive film to date, with a reported budget of $200 million (about Rs. 1,460 crores) — but that’s only due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, as Warner Bros. noted. In a statement, the studio said: “There is literally no context in

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