Author: Ainsley Lawrence

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic transformed the global workforce. Research indicates approximately 20% of people worked remotely all or most of the time before the pandemic. As of December 2020, this figure reached 71% — and it may continue to climb. What the future holds for the remote workforce remains unknown. But, those who understand the technologies that shaped the quarantine work-from-home era are well-equipped to take care of themselves or others while they work remotely. Now, let’s look at three technologies that reshaped the remote workforce during the quarantine work-from-home era. 1. Zoom As many companies began to let their…

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