The price of a bad connection when working from home

I wrote a guest post in the B2beematch blog, about some of the challenges in working remotely regarding connectivity.

The COVID-19 pandemics have greatly impacted our life’s, and people lucky enough to be able to work from home face a big challenge in remaining productive in dire times. I tried to go on some of the elements that impact in the connectivity and network capacities to remain online, which is crucial on remote working.

Who doesn’t like a good Ethernet switch? (I promise I go mostly through WiFi and other options)

You can check the post here.

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