Working remotely: the upside
Life has changed. For some of us, this change has seemed like an uphill battle, we continue to long for a return to “normal”. But for some of my clients, they have told me a different story. They are finding that working from home has increased productivity and worker satisfaction. continue reading
As if you didn’t have enough emails!! Over the past few weeks, I have had the opportunity to talk with many people about their experience working remotely and the connection to their teams, employees, and co-workers. continue reading
Secure your work-from-home pc
The pandemic has changed the way we work. And while we are all likely to be working from home for a while longer, some businesses may find great benefit in continuing the option of having employees work remotely.
Today I want to talk about some other tools you may need in order to work remotely. In the last article, we discussed how to go about getting your documents into the cloud using Microsoft OneDrive and G-Suite Google Drive.
Working remotely in the cloud
As an IT professional and owner of a company that has been assisting and supporting clients remotely for many years, I thought it would be very helpful to share what I have learned by creating a tutorial on what it means to work remotely.