Charities suggest the office era is over

Stuart Sumner
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IT leaders working in the charity sector overwhelmingly favour persisting with remote working, though many state that video calling etiquette and culture need refinement.

IT leaders working in the charity sector would prefer to persist with remote working, even once the worst of the pandemic is behind us, according to new research from Delta, Computing's award-winni...

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