Zoom gained attention almost overnight because of the extended health-related lockdowns. As everyone had to work from home, companies with investments in Microsoft365 or GSuite perhaps already had communication solutions that could be tapped for running video and audio meetings. Their usage increased as people figured out ways to collaborate and talk. Zoom gained becauseContinue reading “Should You Zoom?”
There is an opportunity for HR teams to place productivity-enhancing or stress-reducing playlists in Teams and Slack.
Patchy network situations means one would have to think about building redundancy in connectivity options for employees i.e. they have more than one connection to ensure continuous operations.
Writing on the wall yet? For those of us who love whiteboards and markers to build ideas, plans and to connect the dots with colleagues, it must be a significant change to be working from home. The absence of markers and the physical space of the meeting room makes for a distorting change in workflows.Continue reading “Digital Whiteboards”
The digital transformation of the home has taken an unexpected turn. Not smart speakers, gaming consoles and smart homes but people are also looking at new software, hardware for making the work from home environment more productive. As you and your family sign up for new services, don’t lose track of some key digital safetyContinue reading “Some Key Digital Safety Best Practices”
Work from home is the pressing need of the moment. For people who have been using desktop computers in their offices, this is a challenge that needs quick resolution.