Blockchain Technology Market 2020-2024: Post-Pandemic Industry Planning Structure | Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The blockchain technology market is expected to grow by USD 8.07 billion during 2020-2024, according to Technavio. The report offers a detailed analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the blockchain technology market in optimistic, probable, and pessimistic forecast scenarios.

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The blockchain technology market will witness a positive impact during the forecast period owing to the widespread growth of the COVID-19 pandemic. As per Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, market growth is likely to increase as compared to 2019.

With the continuing spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic, organizations across the globe are gradually flattening their recessionary curve by leveraging technology. Many businesses will go through response, recovery, and renew phases. Building business resilience and enabling agility will aid organizations to move forward in their journey out of the COVID-19

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In a post-pandemic world, technology may not be the panacea



a group of people that are standing in the airport: Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters


Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters

With the election of Joe Biden as the next US president, a collective sigh of relief spread across much of the world’s media. Normality, as well as a vaccine, had arrived on the horizon.

But, unfortunately, while there is good news, it is unlikely that we will be able to put the events of 2020 to bed quickly. We argued in May that the immediate consequence of “the crisis” was likely to be short-term stasis; now that we’ve passed this peak, the actual impact of the pandemic will quickly become apparent.

This is a phenomenon the theorist Paul David termed “technological presbyopia”, that is the human tendency to overestimate change in the short term but underestimate change over the longer term.

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Aircraft Leasing Stocks Have a Bright Post-Pandemic Future: Here’s Why

Airlines have been one of the sectors most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and with travel demand expected to take years to return to prepandemic levels, there isn’t much reason to get excited about aviation right now. Motley Fool contributor Lou Whiteman, appearing on Motley Fool Live, highlights a sector closely tied to the airlines that he says offers better investment opportunities right now. If you believe aviation will eventually return, these could be companies worth adding to your watch list.

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What CIOs Can Do To Plan For The Post-Pandemic Workplace

CMO at Aryaka Networks. Advisor to the Fabric, Ushur, Frontdesk.ai startups, etc. Former marketing leader at Cisco.

It is often said that work is not a place you go to but what you do.

The pandemic has put a spotlight on all forms of work that can be done from anywhere other than the traditional office environment and forced a rethink of hybrid workplaces. Almost no industry is immune from the change this has caused, as business models shifted rapidly to adapt.

Consider these trends:

• Healthcare: More people were looking to consult with doctors via videoconferencing than office visits for extended periods of time. I received my flu shots in a drive-thru without getting out of the car.

• Retail: Online merchants thrived during the pandemic, conducting more business than ever before as traditional stores shuttered or changed their business models.

• Food Services: The delivery industry thrived

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The modern business: reimagining resilience in a post-pandemic world

Unprecedented agility & flexibility

We live in extraordinary times. Covid-19 has forced businesses to adapt at meteoric speed. History has taught us this happens in a crisis, but it’s no mean feat. Many enterprises have reconfigured and reinvented themselves seemingly overnight – some re-energised by accelerated progress. These are the resilient ones. Reimagining resilience in a post-pandemic world means greater agility and flexibility than ever before, and systems and processes that allow organisations to scale innovation at speed.

“The key to resilience is adapting,” said Lord Karan Bilimoria, President, Confederation of British Industry recently at IBM’s UK Think Digital 2020 Summit. “We’ve learnt that quickly. In terms of technology, what we’ve done in months, would normally happen over years. We’ve accelerated change. Adapt or die – is my business mantra. Necessity is the mother of invention. But we’ve been so innovative. You can’t see this through on your own. You

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Gaming Headset Market 2020-2024: Post-Pandemic Industry Planning Structure | Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The gaming headset market is expected to grow by USD 788.08 million during 2020-2024, according to Technavio. The report offers a detailed analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the gaming headset market in optimistic, probable, and pessimistic forecast scenarios.

Enterprises will go through Response, Recovery, and Renew phases. Download a Free Sample Report on COVID-19

The gaming headset market will witness Positive impact during the forecast period owing to the widespread growth of the COVID-19 pandemic. As per Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, market growth is likely to increase as compared to 2019.

With the continuing spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic, organizations across the globe are gradually flattening their recessionary curve by leveraging technology. Many businesses will go through response, recovery, and renew phases. Building business resilience and enabling agility will aid organizations to move forward in their journey out of the COVID-19 crisis

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Gaming Headset Market 2020-2024: Post-Pandemic Industry Planning Structure

Shape strategic responses through the phases of industry recovery

ASUSTeK Computer Inc., Audio-Technica US Inc., and Corsair Components Inc. will emerge as major gaming headset market participants during 2020-2024

The gaming headset market is expected to grow by USD 788.08 million during 2020-2024, according to Technavio. The report offers a detailed analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the gaming headset market in optimistic, probable, and pessimistic forecast scenarios.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Gaming Headset Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

Enterprises will go through Response, Recovery, and Renew phases. Download a Free Sample Report on COVID-19

The gaming headset market will witness Positive impact during the forecast period owing to the widespread growth of the COVID-19 pandemic. As per Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, market growth is likely to increase as compared

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Quantum Workplace Releases 10th Annual Employee Engagement Trends Report; Reveals Details on Engagement Pre- and Post-Pandemic

2020 Report Provides Detailed Insights into how the Best Companies to Work for in America Engage and Retain Talent; Major finding was Disengaged Employees were 3.3 times More Likely to Leave their Companies within 90 days of Being Surveyed

Quantum Workplace, a leading provider of comprehensive employee engagement and performance software as well as the North American leader in data collection for nearly 50 Best Places to Work Programs across North America, announced today the release of its 10th Annual Trends Report: How Americas Best Places to Work Engage and Retain Top Talent.

The report captures and highlights best practices centered around engaging, leveraging, understanding and retaining talent. For the 2020 report, Quantum Workplace leveraged data pulled from 1.2 million employee engagement surveys the Company collected from more than 12,000 companies across 43 cities in 27 states. Since 2015, as part of its Best Places to Work surveys leadership

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Tech investments tipped by business leaders as key to UK post-pandemic recovery

Business survival and new technologies have emerged as the top two areas where enterprises plan to prioritise investment over the coming year, as their post-pandemic recovery plans take shape.

That is according to the fifth Annual trends survey from UK-based IT services provider Advanced, in which 1,000 senior business decision-makers were asked to predict how technology would affect how UK organisations operate in the near term and the future.

A large majority of respondents, 98%, said they are of the view that technology will play a major role in the global economic recovery from Covid-19, with 54% name-checking business survival – both during and post-pandemic – as a key spending priority over the next 12 months.

At the same time, 59% of respondents said they plan to prioritise investment in cloud products and other technology over the same period, while 77% predict that the pandemic will result in their organisation

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Q&A on How Financial Firms Should Adapt Technology Post-Pandemic

With no end yet in sight with the global pandemic, sectors across the economy are bracing for the long-haul, including financial advisors. One of the chief day-to-day challenges for financial advisors is the lack of adequate technological support.

A recent survey by Broadridge Financial Solutions found that financial advisors faced a series of challenges in adapting to the pandemic-induced virtual environment. Chief among them was not having adequate technology. As the world begins to accept the pandemic may be a harbinger of a new norm, advisors are looking to their firms for technological support in preparing to navigate the coming years.

We spoke with Michael Alexander, president of wealth management at Broadridge Financial Solutions, which has closely studied these shifts. Here are excerpts from that interview.

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How has the pandemic changed the financial advice and wealth management landscape?

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