Since the pandemic triggered a global shift towards remote work, employees across the board have discovered the rich benefits that come as a result of working from home. While employees miss their social connections with coworkers, the increased productivity and convenience delivered by remote work have given rise to the demand for a hybrid work environment.
Using the power of 5G and the Metaverse, companies will have the potential to unlock new remote working possibilities that ensure both employee satisfaction and business productivity.
There was a time not that long ago when there were no cell phones or smart phones. Now they are literally billions of smartphones and cell phones. This doesn’t even include the number of desktops, laptops, tablets, and all other internet enabled electronic devices.
The latest technology that will be driving this massive infrastructure is 5G. Much as with all of the technologies before it the latest generation of technology will lead to profound advances in capabilities.
This will invariably impact the Supply Chain of the future.
What is 5G technology? And how exactly will it impact Supply Chain?