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Best work-from-home option for customers that currently utilize Skype for Business Online
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Below you will find several resources that will enable mobility amongst your workforce.
Never before has the global business population been asked to universally work from home. But that day has come, and home we will work. As dedicated professionals across every field, suddenly we are faced with the challenge of connecting with our teams and doing our work, each remotely from the safety of our own homes.
Organizations that actively use Microsoft Teams are more likely to be able to immediately support remote work requirements than companies that do not. As company executives instruct their employees to work from home, they'll find five key Microsoft Teams capabilities especially valuable.
Working from home means that you might end up in a video call with your boss or coworkers in an awkward place. Not everyone has a home office or knows the go-tos of how to video chat. You might be sitting in your bedroom, kitchen, hallway, or some other place which isn’t quite professional looking.
Telecommuting is a growing trend in many industries as more companies are discovering the benefits that working remotely can provide to both employers and employees.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID-19 belongs to the same class of viruses as the common cold and MERS virus.
Remote workers contribute too much value to overlook unique management needs. Here are four critical steps outlining how to manage a remote workforce.
The idea that workers who can’t be present can continue being productive from home is appealing. However, this strategy requires excellent planning and communication.
Although changing communication systems can seem scary, we have some helpful tips to help navigate collaboration and to manage your remote work.
Coronavirus keeps spreading and everybody can feel how it effects every day life. Many companies react by sending their employees in home office which is a new situation to many people. Here are some tips how to make the best out of this situation.