These days, many companies have employees who work from home, and we are no exception. Meet some of our employees who make remote work look easy!
In recent times, communication with colleagues has become less and less personal; we communicate more and more through our computer or mobile phone screens, and the increase in remote work has only increased this development. So how can you prevent our employees from feeling increasingly lonely? By using Linchpin, our social intranet!
In 2022, Seibert Media organized another Hackathon within the company. For 24 hours, 11 cross-discipline teams worked together on various projects, both from home and the office. How did it go? Read this article and find out!
A study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Google provides reliable data on the extent to which remote working and working with cloud technology have arrived in companies and how they are viewed internally. This blog article focuses on Germany, as this has always been one of the more privacy-focused countries in the world. You’ll be surprised how much the cloud is actually already used or planned to be used even here!
Getting through the pandemic – Seibert Media style with Linchpin! Clara Roder spoke at the META-INF at Atlassian Days 2021 to tell you all about how we’ve used Linchpin to bring our collaboration to a whole new level.
How do we learn when to draw the line and turn off in a world that’s always on? It may seem near impossible when our whole environment is geared to keep us up-to-date and in a state of constant communication readiness. Read on to learn 5 tips for disconnecting, according to Google!
Here at Seibert Media, we love trying new things, and figuring out new ways to work is definitely one of …
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.
With the outbreak of the Coronavirus crisis, teams were suddenly forced to start working from home. This resulted in all their usual team structures to be turned upside down. Lots of teams experienced how their teamwork and personal work organization changed entirely within just a few short days.
The Corona crisis is omnipresent right now, and we are also experiencing it first-hand, too. Luckily, we have the experience and resources to continue our collaborations remotely with useful and productive replacements for in-person meetings (temporarily or perhaps permanently). There’s no need for our collaboration and coordination to suffer – quite the opposite!