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Working towards the future: Virtual conferencing post-COVID

by Jack Le Guay •
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With remote and virtual work tools now ubiquitous across private and public sectors, recent budgets have indicated it is here to stay, accelerating the adoption of one of the key megatrends often cited in Future of Work predictions.

The rush to ad-hoc virtual conferencing such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom during COVID-19 was not without issues around cyber security and privacy. Governments are now looking to value-add to more secure virtual work solutions, hosted on multifunctional platforms in an increasingly diverse field of work. This will help overcome problems for meetings that have largely relied on in-person contact.

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Jurisdiction
  • VIC
Category
  • IT Services
  • Software
  • Telecommunications
Sector
  • Education
  • Health
  • Industry & Investment
  • Justice
Tags
  • Videoconferencing
  • Export Recovery Package (ERP)
  • Virtual Trade Missions
  • virtual reality (VR)
  • future of work
  • QiHub
  • Coronavirus COVID-19
  • rpavirtual
  • megatrends
  • decentralisation
  • futurism