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While the coronavirus has wreaked havoc with our economy, plunging us further into economic decline and greatly exacerbating our issues of poverty, hunger and unemployment, it has also shown us what is possible and how quickly we can adapt.

Within the space of six short (or long, depending on how you look at it) months, our corporate community managed to turn office work into remote, distributed work, adapting and adopting new systems to support the seismic shift that had happened beneath our feet. New technologies were also employed fast and at scale, enabling us to keep many of our commercial wheels turning...

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