Finlay James l Keeping Connected


Keeping Connected

about 2 years ago
Finlay James l Keeping Connected

As 2021 welcomes the hybrid working model for many organisations, employers and teams need to make sure they are making the most of the tech to help keep connected and avoid disruption. With many teams across the world working over multiple locations and time zones, keeping conversations flowing is key to consistent communication and avoid any misinterpretation. 


With ample amounts of tech platforms and tools, working remotely has never been easier. Whether it's a simple instant message straight from your laptop or a video conference with 50+ participants in it, different technologies can help smoother these processes. We have compiled a short list of our favourite tech to get behind to stay connected whilst the world starts returning to a hybrid working model...


Microsoft Teams - a collaborative platform that is used for business & workplace chat, video meetings, internal calls, file storage and calendar synchronisation! Click here to find out more.  


Slack - a slick, easy-to-use business communication platform that allows you to create personalised chat rooms for teams, departments and direct messaging. Click here to find out more. 


Zoom - the number #1 leading modern enterprise video communications. 2021 will see continued use and popularity of the cloud platform using video and audio conferencing, chat function and webinars to be hosted in the comfort of your own home. Click here to find out more. 


Skype for Business - the enterprise software application that uses videoconferencing and instant messaging to help keep co-workers connected. Skype for Business has been developed by Microsoft as part of the Microsoft office suite. Click here to find out more.  


By no means is this an extensive list, but a few of our favourites to keep communication consistent as some teams enter back into the office.

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