Make your work from home experience easier with 5G?
Have you ever dreamt that one day we can all work from home? Well, Covid-19 forces all of us work from home. And, we are not prepared with any essential items. So, what are the essential items while working from home? Below are the top 3 items we think are essential for working from home, tell us what you think as well.
1. A Comfortable Workspace
An ideal workspace comes with a simple adjustable desk and a comfortable chair. Thus, it is worth investing in having high quality chair and desk! It is because they will keep you comfortable for long hours and prevent you having back-pain.
2. Printer and Scanner
Sometimes, we still want to have some hard copies to refer to. Thus, printer and scanner come in handy and help you save the hassle to run to local printer shops.
3. A stable WIFI
We know the pain of being disconnected suddenly in an urgent presentation due to the internet connection. Now, most of the meeting, trainings, conference are all conducted virtually to maintain social distancing. When everyone is learning, working, meeting virtually, our internet becomes slower. However, we need stable and fast internet to perform our daily tasks. A sudden disconnected make us worried, stressful and less productive.
Since working from home has become a new norm, why not make our work from home experience easier with 5G? 5G is the way forward for us in shared digital experiences. 5G is known for extremely fast speed. You can literally have data transmission in real time! To enable remarkable digital experience, the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has worked with the telecommunication companies (telcos) in promoting the 5G use cases. Let’s see what cool 5G use cases these telcos have been exploring:
- Axiata: Traffic management initiatives with MBPJ
Celcom, a subsidiary of Axiata has some good progress on 5G exploration. In collaboration with Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ), Celcom has showcased the traffic management initiatives where the local council can now manage the traffic violation and enhance the efficiencies of traffic wardens.
- Maxis and Huawei: TechCity
Maxis has teamed up with Huawei in a program named TechCity, where companies will be brought together to improve the design of 5G networks, the deployment and operating efficiencies. This initiative aims to improve user experience and network efficiencies.
- Digi: 5G OpenLab
Digi has worked with Cyberview to build 5G openlab. This objective of the 5G openlab is to facilitate, build and nurture the development of a 5G ecosystem. Besides, some test use cases they are focusing on are the smart city, smart healthcare, smart mobility and creative digital.
In a nutshell, make your work from home experience easier with 5G! Just in case if you need more tips to make your work from home more productive, do check out our 6 tips to consider if Covid-19 has you WFH