Friday, 27 November 2020

Work from home: Can the telecoms industry take the strain?

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 16 March 20

BT says it expected no blackouts as a result of increased work from home, but Spanish operators are struggling

The ongoing coronavirus crisis is asking serious questions of national infrastructures around the world, not only in the healthcare sector but also telecoms. Fears of catching the contagious disease have seen many businesses opt for remote working, bringing with it a surge in internet usage as people tap services like video conferencing.    For Spain, which has today implemented a nationwide lockdown due to the rapidly spreading virus…

The ongoing coronavirus crisis is asking serious questions of national infrastructures around the world, not only in the healthcare sector but also telecoms. Fears of catching the contagious disease have seen many businesses opt for remote working, bringing with it a surge in internet usage as people tap services like video conferencing.    For Spain, which has today implemented a nationwide lockdown due to the rapidly spreading virus…

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