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Will the coronavirus-ravaged economy slow sales of endpoint solutions this year? Probably, according to Rendleman, but it’s too soon so say by how much.
“It will definitely have an impact. We’re still assessing what we think that impact might be,” she says. “I believe, and my team believes, that this endpoint space will continue to see growth in the coming quarters.” If they’re right, Rendleman continues, the largely successful experience that once skeptical businesses have had lately with work-from-home arrangements will be responsible for that continued momentum.
“I think it’s going to change the way we work from here forward,” she says. “This has forced in a lot of ways people to understand that most jobs, specifically for a U.S.-based employee base, can be done from home with the right technology through soft phones, mobile PCs, and a decent Wi-Fi connection.”
Not that offices are headed for the history books any time soon, she continues. As so many people have discovered recently, visiting one can be a helpful, if not sanity-preserving, option.
“I’m not sure I want to work 100% from home all the time, but it’s nice to have the flexibility,” Rendleman notes.
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And not just due to coronavirus-fueled demand for work-from-home gear, either. According to senior VP Linda Rendleman (pictured), high-speed mobile networks and endpoint management remain opportunities despite the stalled economy too.