Since mid-March, I’ve been working remote. That’s 136 calendar days and 94 working days. Right after the 4th of July, our place of business opened up for around 5-10% of our workforce. One week later, we pulled them back out to comply with the restrictions from the Pennsylvania governor. Schools have been talking about doing all in-person, all remote learn, and a hybrid solution for the better part of the summer thus far. Just yesterday, two Major League Baseball games were postponed due to concerns over COVID-19. Late summer fairs have been cancelled and Black Friday is changing. Google has asked it’s entire team to work remote until summer 2021. So, I’m curious, what is your place of employment doing to prepare for the rest of 2020? Are you working remote for the rest of the year? Are you already back in the office? How are you leveraging technology as time passes? Leave a comment below.

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Below you’ll find the list of other posts in the series:

  1. COVID-19, Resources, and Technology
  2. Free Technical Training and Welcome Spring
  3. Use Docking Station from Home and Add Home Projects
  4. Technology Events in 2020
  5. Google’s Stadia Gaming Free for Two Months
  6. Debugging COVID-19 Data Using Excel
  7. Hiding Your Background When Working From Home
  8. Pixel by LabCorp Releases At Home Test
  9. Blockbuster Surviving Covid-19
  10. DevAroundTheSun a 24-hour Fundraiser May 12
  11. Repairing My Lenovo Yoga Pro 2
  12. Hard Drive Docking Station
  13. TechBash 2020, TechBash 2021, and COVID-19
  14. 2020 Year in Review Thus Far
  15. COVID-19 and Work From Home Update
  16. CodeMash 2021 is Cancelled