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5 Ways To Communicate With Your Remote Team in 2018
As you probably know, more Americans are working remotely now than ever before.
Fortunately, there are some easy-to-use and free communication options for remote teams. Corporate Business Solutions consultants recommend considering the following five communication options for your business.
Skype is one of the most popular methods of telecommunication out there. It provides voice and video calls between multiple devices, including PCs, mobile phones, tablets, and smartwatches. Remote teams simply need to download the Skype app for free onto any device and can then connect with team members from all over the world. The best part: you can use Skype to conduct virtual meetings, too.
Google Hangouts is an entirely free communication platform that provides instant messages, voice/video calls, SMS and VOIP features. With just one click, team members can turn a conversation into a free video call and speak with colleagues from remote situations as if they were in the same room. With Google Hangouts, group calls can host as many as ten people.
Zoho offers an up-to-date communication app for teams called Cliq. Zoho Cliq allows text chat and also offers audio and video chat with other Cliq users. You can hold video calls with up to 100 users and can also share files. The best part: you can have an unlimited number of people on your Zoho plan.
What started as an internal tool used by their own company, the cloud-based set of team communication and collaboration tools and services provided by Slack have become a popular options for telecommunicating and conducting business remotely.
While Slack includes chat, it also provides a kind of virtual shared workspace. All your communications, data, and files can be accessed in one place and organized into channels or topics. Slack is part messaging, partly shared files, and part project management.
Zoom is a software-based collaboration tool for holding conferences and meetings online. What's wonderful is that Zoom can be synced onto a myriad of devices, meaning users can communicate and collaborate from different operating systems, including Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.
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