The pandemic is forcing a mass upgrading of our digital literacy—and the ability of businesses and individuals to adapt to new ways of working.
The pandemic has introduced radical changes on both the professional and personal level. It has forced tens of millions of people to adopt remote working almost overnight. From education and administration, banking, journalism and government, to yoga and gym classes, concerts and medical consultations, face-to-face meetings have been replaced by video conferencing, and daily commuting and business travel have stopped.
This creates huge challenges for organisations and individuals who have been forced to adapt with very short notice.
Even physical activities will increasingly be facilitated, if not replaced, by digital[/pull-l
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