The coronavirus pandemic has made its way around the globe, and there is no near-term escape from it. As the world learns to adapt to the ''new normal'', organizations have been forced to re-examine the way we do business. In the tech world, the crisis has caused delays and even the complete shutdown of product development.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.crowdbotics.com/how-to-restart-product-development-after-covid/
Can you name a few software products which have gained popularity during Covid-19 lockdowns?
Has Covid-19 caused requirements for any new software products?
Yes, COVID-19 has forced many businesses to move a portion of their operations online. Accordingly, we have seen increased demand for remote tools, remote tool integrations such as Zoom and Slack, online learning and workforce training, and delivery apps – just to name a few.
Software development teams are also adjusting the way they work, which creates new opportunities, such as asynchronous collaboration, and challenges, such as design collaboration and sprint planning in a remote environment.
Here are a handful of articles relating to how Crowdbotics is thinking about remote work and the demand for new software products in light of this shift accelerated by COVID-19.