[JJ] In the software and high tech industries, there has been no huge impact. Three months of remote work and school gave a nice lift to e-learning software as well as communication software vendors, like Zoom. We’ve also seen comebacks from the software companies serving businesses that were closed for three months. While growth has not been severely impacted, there is this shift in focus to renewals. You can see a spotlight on both customer success, and companies that are trying to offer more commercial flexibility. A lot of media companies–both OTT and digital news–leaned towards free trials over the past three months. With so many people at home yearning for entertainment, media companies saw a huge surge in subscription signups, but they’re still facing a lot of headwinds regarding their revenue model, especially with traditional ad revenue. Unlike media and software, IoT subscription growth actually slowed down post-COVID while their revenue per subscriber accelerated. You can imagine with offices closed, work getting done at home, connected devices just weren’t top of mind. However, existing customers were, in fact, adopting, using, and investing more in these devices. If you look at what COVID has really exposed over the past few months, it’s a lot of gaps in supply chains, city infrastructure, so there’s an expectation that adoption for robotics, automation, and connected technology will surge after COVID-19. IoT is expected to ride that wave and accelerate its subscription adoption over the next few years.