As the global Coronavirus pandemic has unfolded over the past several weeks, countries around the world have implemented drastic measures to slow the spread of the virus. In Canada, our public health services department encouraged workplaces to implement flexible work arrangements, including allowing employees to work from home. In the United States, both government agencies and private companies like Amazon and others have either increased remote work flexibility for their employees or outright asked them to stop coming into the office.
As a result of these changes, we’re in the middle of the largest ever remote work experiment. Tech Crunch is already reporting an increase in demand for remote work start-ups like Zoom as well as remote security and employee identification software.
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