After experiencing the isolating toll of COVID-19 over the past couple of years, it’s safe to say we haven’t quite been able to interact with technology in ways that we usually would.
We’ve missed out on plenty of immersive experiences, but now that we’re almost back to normality, we can note big differences when it comes to our interaction with tech.
Thankfully we’ve seen software adapt to the current climate, helping companies to move forward digitally post-pandemic.
Since 2020, we’ve experienced remote award shows, a social media influx and a mass increase in video conferencing. There was an effort to bring the public together, since it’s safe to say plenty of us missed social interaction.
You could also pretty much guarantee that a good percentage of the population found themselves on one end of a video call, whether it be for a friends birthday, a job interview or school work. Remote working has since proven to be so popular that many businesses have chosen to stick with the method.
According to a study carried out by McKinsey and Company, TMT (technology, media and telecom) services have seen a whopping 84% increase in employees working remotely full time.
On the retail end of things, we’ve seen a digital outreach at a scale we’ve never seen before. Online ordering has proven to be widely successful for grocery shops and a good majority of customers are still opting for delivery over physical shopping.
At FiredUpTech, we’ve been able to offer solutions to our customers during the uncertain times that we’ve been forced to face.
We’ve provided business and education solutions to those who’ve had to get to grips with video conferencing, as well as those looking to improve on their pre-existing systems.
Today, 43% of remote and in-house teams use a video conferencing, and the number is expected to stay steady well into the future.
If you’re considering adding the extra convenience to your company, you can find out more about our remote technology solutions, as well as other AV services on our website.