It’s 2021, and user expectations and the overall commitment to technology have changed. When looking at how the education and business markets have been affected by the 2020 pandemic and the evolution of technology, there are many similarities between the new working models of these two environments: learning strategies and collaborative tools. The landscape of engagement, communication and collaboration has changed forever – and we can say with certainty that it has changed for the better.
Technology is finally recognized as a construction utility and is no longer considered as equipment. Technology is now a fixture and is expected by students and staff in educational institutions and corporate environments. It is expected that unconnected access will be available anywhere and anytime. It’s ubiquitous, it’s mandatory, and it’s supposed to be widespread, secure, and accessible anytime, anywhere. With 2020 in the rearview mirror, one of the growths of the past year has been the …
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