The coronavirus pandemic is far from being over. As of July 2020, it affected more than 14 million people worldwide, killing thousands. While the world population hopes the vaccine to fight the novel virus is about to be accessed globally, it seems people have already adapted to the new reality. The world has received a reboot it has long needed, and we didn’t have a choice but to embrace it. From companies declaring remote-first policies to businesses that wouldn’t have flourished just a few months ago: we are learning on the go.

The July issue of ITID Lviv explores how local tech companies and professionals faced the crisis. We learn about innovative tech solutions developed locally: thermal scanner, emergency ventilators, and medical information system to name a few. We speak to tech professionals about their quarantine experiences, comparing the pros and cons of working at home and trying to forecast whether remote work is here to stay.
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