Smart-track, don’t just fast-track business survival

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Bhawani Singh, a software engineer, works from his house as his office was closed during a nationwide lockdown in view of the coronavirus pandemic. Picture: Amarjeet Kumar Singh/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images
Bhawani Singh, a software engineer, works from his house as his office was closed during a nationwide lockdown in view of the coronavirus pandemic. Picture: Amarjeet Kumar Singh/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

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The necessity of shifting the majority of the global office workforce to working from home almost overnight has seen a huge shift in the way businesses function and has forced those who weren’t embracing digital to do so in a hurry.

While the pandemic has necessitated swift digital adoption for many businesses, there’s a huge downside to simply making the shift for the sake of it. Poorly planned digital migration can prove just as detrimental to a business as no digital migration at all.

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