Parents work from home with their two sons due to the coronavirus outbreak in Paris in 2020.
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People have changed their minds about working from home since the coronavirus prompted office closures last year, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said during an earnings conference call with analysts on Tuesday. At first people liked their new, distributed arrangements, but now some people are yearning to be back at work, he said.
Cisco, whose networking switches, phones and wi-fi access points are installed at corporate sites, is among the companies that can benefit from