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  1. Mother holding baby working from home

    Commentary: Here’s what I won’t miss about working from home

    After nine months of working from home, and initially favouring it, many can’t wait to get back to the office, says PeopleStrong’s Adrian Tan.
  2. Interior of JustCo co-working space

    Commentary: Co-working spaces look pretty attractive right about now

    While co-working spaces came under threat when the pandemic broke out, it looks like they’ll continue to dot the landscape for a much longer time, ...
  3. The pandemic of work from home injuries

    Commentary: The looming minefield of working from home

    Today’s employment laws were written for a world of work that may never be the same again, says the Financial Times’ Pilita Clark.
  4. Dynabook Main

    Dynabook Portégé X30L-G: Lightweight workhorse that fulfills remote working needs

    The new brand name of the former Toshiba PC business, Dynabook offers the same diligent design and latest innovations from Japan.
  5. slack phone laptop

    Commentary: Excessive Slack messaging has made work more taxing

    Messaging apps like Slack splinter communication when companies need it more now than ever, says the Financial Times’ Pilita Clark.
  6. A 3D printed Zoom logo

    Commentary: Despite stiffer competition, Zoom is ahead of the pack

    It’s not just Zoom’s popularity and use that has increased during COVID-19, the company’s share price has surged too, says Adrian Tan.
  7. Woman using laptop and drinking coffee

    Commentary: Hello COVID-19 remote working, goodbye cult of presenteeism

    The coronavirus-fuelled leap to remote working will overturn the cult of presenteeism, say Carys Chan and Shea Fan.
  8. A man taking using the Zoom APP at home

    Commentary: How Zoom-working will change companies forever

    Virtual meetings are here to stay. It’ll upend how all corporate decisions are made from here on, says Howard Yu.
  9. A woman working from home.

    Commentary: Parents, working from home need not be a hair-splitting experience

    While the desire for parents working from home may be to stick to routine working hours, some flexibility may be essential, says Ruchi Sinha.