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For the entirety of the information age, the conversation revolving around the advancement of technology has been growing steadily. Today, what has often been spoken about in separate segments of the world's industries is almost a universal topic. The effects of the Coronavirus pandemic have made it vital for every industry to advance knowledge about information and communication technologies (ICT).
Thanks to social distancing and work-from-home guidelines, even the most rigid people and industries have found themselves needing to advance their knowledge in this area. Meetings, for instance, have largely become virtual. This makes it necessary for all business people to understand the technologies that make such interactions possible.
As a response to unforeseen needs, resources that help in advancing ICT knowledge have suddenly become crucial. Many people find themselves requiring tutorials to help them navigate the virtual communication sphere.
Many companies across the world also find themselves needing to put up new infrastructure to help them stay afloat. For instance, employees who are working from home must be equipped with computers and stable internet connections.
Thankfully, most of the resources required to equip users with ICT knowledge are available for free or at very affordable rates. Most of them are available online, so learners do not have to struggle to access them. The spike in this knowledge advancement may prove to be the silver lining during a pandemic that has painted the world with gloom. Every sector that seeks growth needs to embrace this knowledge advancement and build the necessary infrastructure to embrace it.