Whether we like it or not the Coronavirus crisis has changed completely not only the way we live our lives but also the way companies do their businesses. Because we can not longer leave our houses when we want, the services that we can get online or at the front of our house are growing exponentially, ranging from education to entertainment, from shopping to cleaning and health. At the same time consumption of internet data is also growing rapidly. However, there are two big areas where we want to touch today and those are Data usage and video conferences.
During this time data usage will increase day by day as more people practice self quarentine, for example, schools no longer have face to face classes, everything is made online growing distance education, also companies are letting their workers work from home, changing completely data usage habits. This is why it is extremely important for businesses to arm themselves with good systems and Softwares that can handle not only the number of people that logs into the page but also the data that is being put into. Not many systems will work the way they are supposed to either because they are simply not good or because they are outdated and will no longer serve a purpose to the company.
Furthermore, there is another area where people are growing a lot of interest into and those are video conferenses, all manufacturers and service sectors, small or big companies, universities, schools, banks, amongst others have begun to take measures against possible crisis scenarios, avoiding human interactions as much as possible platforms like Zoom and google classrooms are growing faster than ever because it is a simple yet effective way to communicate with the team.
“Preparations are being made for video conferencing systems that are not yet widespread, but that can be practically implemented, and for employees who work from home,” İlkhan said. “As we all changed our daily habits while minimizing personal contact, millions of people faced physical isolation for a long time at home. The overwhelming majority of the population is not only healthy and productive but also technologies that enable everyone to work effectively from home are largely in place. All eyes and ears turn to video collaboration and unified communications as the key to enabling technologies to maintain business continuity over a long period of time.”