The last two years have brought tremendous change, forcing us all to adapt and adopt technology, processes, and initiatives to stay connected virtually in an era where live interaction has been mostly restricted. The communication and collaboration market was front and center in making this possible.
With the centralized “in-person office” as we know it evolving to collaboration tools centered work-from-anywhere, it is no secret that this year has been challenging for most professionals regardless of their industry. This “new hybrid office” now lives inside the four corners of your computer screen regardless of your physical presence at home, in an office, or somewhere in between. From video conference calls to chat bubbles, our technology has undeniably been tested in a variety of new ways.