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                                May 24, 2020

                                Humor: Lockdown Transformation

                                Humor - Cartoon: Lockdown Transformation

                                Lockdown Transformation: "Larry, the business analyst, had not issues tackling any digital transformation project but he had a hard time adjusting to the new way of working from home."

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