If the past few months have taught us anything, it’s that responding to the challenges posed by COVID-19 is going to be more of a marathon than a sprint. As outlined in a new report from the Uptime Institute, some experts believe the virus could become endemic and recur on an annual or seasonal basis, much like the flu. So, in addition to dealing with the new realities of 2020, businesses must prepare for the potential of a long-term impact. Amidst shifting reopening timelines and evolving government guidelines, many companies have dramatically increased their reliance on their digital infrastructure to…
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