Nice mention of OKTA as well.
"In recent days, Twitter Inc. TWTR, +1.54% has said that employees have the option of never coming back to the office to work, while Facebook Inc. FB, +1.96%, Google parent Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, +1.19% GOOG, +1.25%, Salesforce.com Inc. CRM, +2.59% and Slack Technologies Inc. WORK, -1.04% have said they don’t expect workers back in the office until 2021 — if then.
The COVID-19 pandemic forcing those who could work from home to do so has led to a surprising result — improved productivity. U.S. workers were 47% more productive in March and April than in the same two months a year ago through cloud-based business tools, chat applications and email, according to an analysis of 100 million data points from 30,000 Americans by workplace-monitoring company Prodoscore.
“I was pretty wrong about this. I thought productivity was going to plunge, but it has been very good,” Okta Inc. CEO Todd McKinnon OKTA, +2.41% added, as the company considers a new dynamic work initiative. He said he could see Okta following Twitter’s path “until there is a vaccine or a treatment.”