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As industries and businesses across the globe embrace the ‘new normal’; a situation seeing millions of workers now seeking refuge in their own homes to conduct the day-to-day operations of multinational organisations, we can’t help but wonder about the sustainability of current home Wi-Fi solutions, writes Seán Keating, CEO, Vilicom.
Businesses across every sector have had to adapt operating models with minimal prior warning in order to ensure continuity and to save further damage to national economies. And, while empty office spaces in previously multi-tenanted skyscrapers currently lay only as dormant shells, the biggest changes have undoubtedly happened at home. With many workforces across the world now in a position of working from home for the foreseeable future, and schools and universities remaining closed, our own homes have evolved into hubs of online activity.
Seán Keating, CEO at Vilicom.
In 2019, the strongest numbers on record were displayed for daily unique internet users: with statistics peaking at 45.1 million each day in the UK alone. But with this mass-scaled venture out of traditional office environments, can our current home Wi-Fi solutions keep up with the …
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