The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and associated social-distancing measures have fundamentally altered the way that enterprises are managing their daily operations. Adjusting to a remote work dynamic, management and staff alike are turning to technology to maintain business continuity. This is likely to continue in some form for several months, if not years, as rolling interruptions affect different geographic regions at different times. Running a company in the face of restrictions on in-person contact is quickly becoming the new normal.
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