Tech View: The coming normal: handling the office/remote work split
As businesses slowly reopen, getting everyone back to work will be harder than it was to just send everyone home
A crossroads is approaching for pretty much every business in Ireland. The chance to reopen in something approaching a normal way is either already here or within sight - but making it work could be more headache-inducing than the initial closure.
In hindsight, the manner in which we were all sent home was almost easy, because we had no choice. The move was swift - there were some plans and tests, but we didn‘t have...
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