Telepresence: Post-Pandemic Digital Lifescapes in America
“If white-collar workers are told the downtown office is forever optional, some will take their superstar-city jobs out of superstar cities. That much is obvious. But these shifts, even if they are initially moderate, could lead to more surprising and significant changes to America’s cultural, economic, and political future.”
via The Atlantic
U.S. Workers Discovering Affinity for Remote Work
Three in five U.S. workers who have been doing their jobs from home during the coronavirus pandemic would prefer to continue to work remotely as much as possible, once public health restrictions are lifted. It can be blissful at home — when compared to the perpetual noise and distractions of modern open-plan offices.
Video Infographic: Mobility by the Numbers
These days it seems like practically every networking conversation I have involves mobility. It makes sense because with this “always on” lifestyle, people have a wide variety of motivations and desires to connect to one another near and far in both fixed, nomadic, and truly mobile situations, whenever they want, wherever they want.
And in many developing areas of the world which may not necessarily have the need for “constant connectivity,” they are turning to mobility for “connectivity” in general since it is possible to get much more broadband coverage, so quickly.
via Cisco SP360
Connected World Order [infographic]
Connected World Order [infographic] http://ping.fm/LKQsY
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