While the COIVD-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly every facet of our daily lives, many businesses and employees are seeing their operations can still take place remotely relatively seamlessly. But imagine if the pandemic happened 30 or 40 years earlier, when connectivity networks barely existed, this transition to remote working would not have been the case for a lot of enterprises. Many workers would be left sitting by their landlines and shuffling papers, with many of their day-to-day responsibilities coming to a crashing halt.

Fast-forwarding to now, with next-generation network infrastructures and advanced connectivity within the comfort of our homes, business operations can continue with minimal disruption to the workforce. However, the pandemic has revealed a few areas where we can enhance our networks, so they’re better equipped to handle the unexpected.

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