The Future Of Corporate Networks And Office Culture
Digital technology has had a profound effect on twenty-first-century organizations and business practices since the early 2000s. It is fundamentally changing the way we work, how we manage, where we work, how we organize, the products we use, and how we communicate.
The clincher, you could say, was the COVID-19 pandemic. Since early 2020, the entire world had to put all businesses on hold due to lockdowns and stay-at-home orders. As we realized the situation has no immediate end in sight, we were forced to further adapt with a shift towards a home-based work culture to keep everyone safe while staying open and relevant.
However, with the increase in the number of people working from home, businesses need considerably higher bandwidth to cope with data-heavy apps like video conferencing. Similarly, corporate warehouses and industrial plants will invariably need more reliable wireless networks to cater to more advanced wireless devices. For example, IoT warehouse management systems monitor your inventory, retrieve products, and transport them to a delivery station, all without the need for human intervention but do require a considerable amount of technology and computing power.
Already online e-commerce giants like Amazon are now investing much in enormous warehouses to cope up with the surge in online shopping, and major distributors are investing significant time to quickly set up distribution hubs that cater to the needs of a demanding population. As far as we can tell, this move towards remote business operations and online corporations will not just last for the foreseeable future but continue to grow in popularity due to its convenience and increased reach.
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