The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses around the world to reconsider their working models. Companies that had never offered employees to work from home were suddenly moving to remote-friendly working arrangements just to stay afloat. The continuing concerns over the pandemic have accelerated the growth of remote work, and it’s predicted that 32% of all employees worldwide will be remote by the end of the year (up from 17% of remote employees in 2019). The pandemic has reshaped the work world, potentially for good.
For the past two years, Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali, Thanksgiving and more have all looked different. In-person celebrations are often not possible, due to lockdown restrictions coming into place in many different countries.
Company parties, often held before businesses close for a winter break, are likely to take place online rather than in a shared physical space.
To determine Log4j vulnerability, Payara has investigated its products:
Payara Server Community
Payara Micro Community
Payara Server Enterprise
Payara Micro Enterprise
and concluded that all remained unaffected.