Tag Archives: remote work

The Influence of Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 on Doing Business

Google Workspace Microsoft 365 comparison

The decision as to which software should be used across the board in a company is often not an easy one. There are now plenty of alternatives to the top dog, Microsoft 365, with Google Workspace leading the way. A study has compared the two from the users’ point of view. The results are good for a surprise here and there. Read for yourself who won the race.

Linchpin Hey Is More Than a Social Intranet: From Congratulations and Hey Fives to Confetti

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Employees of companies want to be part of a community, but the current trend (and necessity) of working from home can make building social connections quite difficult. We become so-called “Lonely Workers”, reaching out to others and asking them for help less and less, because they’re not physically close to us. It is now up to companies to offer solutions to make social interactions possible – solutions like Linchpin Hey.

Value Glide 2021 (11/11/2021) – Adapting to Turbulent Times

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Especially during the last couple of years, it has been made clear that companies need to adapt their way of working and especially their leadership in order to weather storms that occur in their projects and be successful after all. But how can businesses adapt to these turbulent times? The Value Glide virtual conference on November 11th focuses on this question specifically – of course with a lot of expertise about SAFe® too.

Our Journey to Working Remotely at //Seibert/Media pt. 2

The current situation leads us to look into new forms of collaboration. How does teamwork work when the team members aren’t all in one place? What can support smooth collaboration, and what are the most important factors?

As someone who works from home in general, I have gained a wide range of insight into this over the last few years.  However, it’s something completely different when suddenly an entire company is forced into remote work overnight.  I previously shared a general overview of the measures we took in the first post I wrote on the subject. Now I’d like to expand upon that.