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Read How Tech is Powering the Vaccine Rollout
TechNet members have powered America during COVID-19 and are now providing new solutions to help more people get vaccinated. From free rides to vaccine appointments to innovative tools and campaigns to help people navigate the process, learn how tech is helping with the vaccine rollout in this week’s Tech At Work.
Riders nationwide can utilize Rides for Others to immediately help their loved ones make it to necessary appointments.
Comcast NBCUniversal launched Plan Your Vaccine, a nationwide awareness campaign, website, and tool that will provide the latest news and information about when and where people can receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Strengthen COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution (Accenture)
Vaccine management solutions must be built for agility, designed around humans, and inclusive of everything stakeholders need to execute across people, supply chain, and technology.
Amazon is encouraging front-line workers to get vaccinated by offering a new benefit to support employees, customers, and communities.
As the vaccine is deployed to more people, tech is helping connect citizens and patients with the resources and knowledge they need to understand when and how they will receive the vaccine.
Tech Companies are Offering the Biden Administration Help with Vaccine Distribution (Amazon, Facebook, Google)
Tech Provides A Shot In The Arm To Vaccine Rollout (Amazon, Google, Honeywell, Oracle, Salesforce)
What's New in Tech
Black Art is Front and Center This Black History Month (Google)
For centuries, Black artists have used their crafts to share their lived experiences with the world. Art as self-expression is not a new concept, but how we display it and share it in today's digital world is. Throughout Black History Month, Google is honoring the creativity and influence of Black artistry by putting it front and center on their products and platforms. Read more here.
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Before You Start Your Weekend
Through #MyFirstConnection, AT&T is giving fans an inside look at the formative years of their favorite athletes, telling the origin stories of their rise to stardom. Professional women’s soccer player Crystal Dunn kicks off the content series with her story. (AT&T)