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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the conversation around remote work. Today the challenge is less about gaining flexibility and a competitive edge. Rather, the conversation has moved to social isolation, self-imposed and forced quarantines and sobering questions about business continuity. This is a real challenge in the face of a viral outbreak that is predicted to affect our communities on a level not seen in decades.

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