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Where and how to work remotely

11th Feb 19

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By Vodacom 1580 Followers

Spending less physical time in an office is becoming more of a norm and many people are working more flexibly. But what does it mean for your workspace and productivity?

Working from home (especially if you have kids) can be distracting and requires discipline. You also may not have the space to set up a home office. Luckily, there are tools and locations available to help you embrace this trend.

Tools to be more productive when working remotely

Since you can’t shout across the office or hand a document to someone, apps, storage solutions and communication tools are highly important. You’ll need tools for the following:

  • Project management: Apps like Trello and Asana can help you to keep track of what you’re doing as well as where things are in the production process if you work with others.
  • Storage: You may need to save files for your own use or have them readily accessible for other team members. Dropbox, Google Drive and Wetransfer can help with this.
  • Communication: Skype, Google Hangouts, Slack and Appear.in are all good options for holding meetings or keeping in touch with colleagues and clients.

Of course, access to the above tools is dependent on reliable internet, access to a laptop or computer, and a smartphone. Click her...

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