If your entire team, it’s hard to get everyone on the same page. Management tasks that used to be simple are now a challenge without your familiar physical meeting spaces and tools like whiteboards and shared printers.
Even if you’re a sole proprietor or a freelance contributor, your options are drastically different when you’re unable to leave your home office. If you can’t meet a client in a coffee shop, what’s your best online alternative?
Software can help to make the remote transition easier, especially if it ties tightly with the programs you already use.
You could cobble together a group of disparate products and services into something that sort of works and doesn’t cost too much. You find a chat app and something that lets you do meetings and conference calls, and you figure out how to collaborate on documents and