Technology advances have made it easier than ever for remote employees to stay productive and connected to their teams, wherever they may be.
Here are top 3 productivity tools that make working remote, working anywhere, an anywhere office possible, or whatever the term you want to put in the blank.
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File sharing and backup technology
Remote workers need to be able to share their work with others, upload new versions, and have that work backed up securely. Microsoft 365 does all of this and more, and includes cloud storage and all Microsoft Office apps that facilitate file sharing and co-authoring.
Document management software
Workers need a centralized virtual hub when it comes to shared documents, human resource files, onboarding materials, and other important files.
Microsoft Teams can help remote workers keep both finalized and living documents organized while tracking the latter through the editing process.
To combat feelings of isolation and promote communication, it’s important for remote workers to use collaboration software. Microsoft 365 offers several apps that help workers talk and share in real time, like Microsoft Outlook for email, Teams for video conferencing, chatting, and sending files, and Stream for sharing professional videos with coworkers.