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In this episode, BCStrategies' Jon Arnold and Chris Fine explore issues around trust

In this episode, BCStrategies' Jon Arnold and Chris Fine look ahead to 2021 for the f

In this episode, BCStrategies' Jon Arnold and Chris Fine talk about how the growing n

Watch This Space podcasts - Jon Arnold

COVID has been good for business in the collaboration space, and in this episode of "Watch This Space," Chris Fine and BCStrategies'

Business Communication Vendors to the Rescue in the Age of Coronavirus

Business Communication Vendors to the Rescue in the Age of Corona Virus

Updated 5/29/2020 with Twilio (two entries)
Updated 5/19/2020 with Clarity Wave

As a response to the coronavirus or COVID-19, the “new normal” is remote work, or work from home (WFH). With recommendations to enforce “social distancing,” many organizations are telling employees to work from home, while schools and universities are closing their doors and turning to videoconferencing or distance learning.

A Modest Social Distancing Proposal: The Case for a Human Coronavirus Collision Avoidance System

The pictures of people not practicing social distancing are disturbing. In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, one would hope some version the old saying, “The right to swing my fist ends where the other man’s nose begins,” (attributed to Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., John Stuart Mill, Abraham Lincoln and others) would apply now more than ever. In short, liberty for health, keeping civil order and a myriad of other reasons has boundaries.