Remote work became increasingly relevant in Russia in spring 2020, as companies adapted to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic lockdown by allowing employers to work from home. The trend had several consequences for the telecommunications market, including an increase in laptop sales and a wider usage of cloud services, the corporate internet, and tools to facilitate communication between employees, such as group calls or messaging. Furthermore, the switch to remote working affected the behavior of employees, as it became more difficult for them to maintain a work-life balance while working from home. More than one third of Russians reported having concentration issues and lower effectiveness during the remote work period.
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