The use of personal electronic communication in Norwegian companies has increased by almost 50% during the corona pandemic, according to a recent TØI report.
For non-personal electronic communication, the growth has been between 10% and 20%, the report, which has been carried out by the Department of Transport Economics (TØI), shows.
Personal communication is defined as, for example, speech, messages, photos, and video clips sent between a given number of people. Non-personal communication is defined as, among other things, surfing the web, using online software, cloud solutions, and BankID.
In all parts of the Norwegian economy, considerable time is spent on electronic communication every single day, the report shows.
“For personal communication, the daily use of time per person varies from one hour to four and a half hours, depending on the sub-sectors in question. For non-personal communication, the daily time use per person varies from one hour and a quarter to five hours,” it is said.
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