“There is no question that we are learning daily as we reach for technology platforms to conduct distance meetings and teach the millions of students who would normally be in classrooms. We are all learning through trial and error that each platform has different levels of security, architecture and ease in usage.
“When we find ourselves in crisis the speed of reactive decisions is often staggering. With the current public health crisis, we experience daily results of a technology laboratory fully open for business. The technology you select to conduct a meeting with people you know well may be different than a platform you select for people you have never met before. We are already making adjustments in the use of different technology platforms for different groups in our workplaces and communities.“
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