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Many designers and design engineers just recently began working from home offices during the COVID-19 lockdown. Some designers took to telecommuting right away, happy to eliminate their commute and spend more time with their families. But others miss the structure of the office and the ability to discuss design challenges face-to-face. Plus, cybersecurity is more critical then ever, now that so many designers are working from homes.  In the July 2020 issue of Design007 Magazine, our experts discuss how to optimize your home office, while keeping any ITAR projects safe from the bad actors of the world.

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