@Sofoklis Kyriazakos (CEO): The obvious benefit of #workingfromhome is #businessContinuity. People think that tech businesses are privileged; indeed they are, but the company should be able to ensure security for teleworking, especially when dealing with access to servers, source code, etc.
@Aristodemos Pnevmatikakis (R&D Director): #workingfromhome in IT is perfect for managing situations like #Covid_19. But is it good in normal situations? Yes, it is easier, cheaper, and environmentally friendlier, but face-to-face leads to better #teamwork in almost all cases. So we should adapt it with caution.
@Konstantina Kostopoulou (CPO): Well I do like to see your face across from mine 😊 so I will argue that a mixed model suits me best. I have missed the interactions between the whole team though and designing UX features for #healthentia through #slack can be daunting 😅
@Alfredo Cesario (CSO-Medical): As an MD I can not say the obvious, that #workingathome can pose serious challenges to the delivery of care to citizens. However, #Healthentia is proving super-useful as a tool to implement safe healthcare operations, by smartly monitoring patients and operators.
@George Matikas (Software Engineer): From a Software Engineer’s point of view #workingathome doesn’t change much on your daily working routine; all you need is a laptop and your brain. The biggest challenge is keeping contact with your team since brainstorming during a meeting is how ideas come in life
@Akis Idrizi (Software Engineer): Adapting to #workingfromhome was a very easy transition and most of the time created a focus mindset for the daily challenges. Although, it has a social drawback for teams; where sharing thoughts and ideas are limited to scheduled calls.
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