Note to readers: Zoom Out: The Future of Work is a series that chronicles macro changes, trends and real-life experiences that affect the workforce as we tread uncertain times. It is aimed to dig deeper and build a point-of-view around popular and contrarian topics around work.Social distancing may be the new normal but technology has brought people together. The coronavirus outbreak has forced a large number of people to work from home and video-conferencing has become an integral part of our day, be it work or play.The video-conferencing platform Zoom in May said it had 300 million meeting participants each day, up from 10 million users in December. Its valuation surged to $42 billion, more than that of the world’s seven biggest airlines.Close Conferencing is having its moment and the use of collaborative and virtual meeting applications and tools is set to become far more advanced. In the future, rather than spending hours travelling for meetings and working back-to-back schedules to get together, businesses will be able to connect more effectively. Virtual Reality (VR) will offer the ability to talk as though you are in the same room. Wearable technology will allow biometrics to give a more rounded and “human” element… Read full this story
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