SINGAPORE – Casual encounters in the office cafe, lounge or hallway – or “water-cooler moments” as they are known – have long been associated with the increased collaboration and innovation that contributed to the success of technology firms like Google and Apple.
But when the Covid-19 pandemic struck and the world went virtual, these unplanned encounters were disrupted.
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