More than 40% of people believe networking troubles during the coronavirus will have an impact on their or a relative’s education, Wilson Electronics’ found.
The coronavirus pandemic has made remote working and learning the norm. Sheltering in place orders and social distancing efforts have forced thousands of companies and schools to move online. While many people enjoy the work/learn from home lifestyle, the new reality isn’t ideal for individuals with internet connectivity issues, a Wilson Electronics report found.
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Internet connectivity is crucial to successfully working and learning from home. As COVID-19 spread across the world, use of video conferencing solutions and online collaboration tools have skyrocketed.
With faulty or nonexistent internet connection, workers wouldn’t be able to communicate with coworkers or clients, and students wouldn’t be able to tune into online lessons.
Nearly 40% of respondents said they noticed