If you’re one of the millions of Americans who works remotely, it’s time to enhance your work-from-home setup to better equip you to professionally excel in our digital age. It doesn’t matter if you’re in your home office just one day a week or you’re a full-time remote worker—you
While working from home comes with many perks, there is also a big downside: No on-site technical support like you had back in the office. And if you’re attending Zoom meetings, managing staff and making big decisions, all from your home office, you can’t have your internet cut out.
Productivity, camaraderie and collaboration are critical elements that make live, in-person work environments effective. So how can this happen when people are not at the office? Zoom has its limits. Businesses—many large enterprises—are investing in virtual reality (VR) solutions to help people engage. So, how does the worker at
Working from home isn’t a temporary blip in our professional lives. Now that workplaces worldwide are shifting to flexible or remote options, it’s time to permanently enhance your home office setup. You want to create a space where you can optimize your productivity, but also achieve the work-life balance
Working from home is a lifestyle many people aren’t ready to give up. So as companies transition to in-person or hybrid models, you might be looking for ways keep your new routine. Plus, you’ve already upgraded your work-from-home setup, with faster internet and some smart tech to go with
The shift to remote work has put the kibosh on all kinds of traditional business practices. One of the biggest to get the boot? The business card. It was long a staple of in-person professional meetups, but the advent of video conferencing and virtual boardrooms made it impossible to
You’ve probably been on a lot of video conference calls, connecting with work colleagues and hanging out with friends and family. But have you thought about the security of those video apps and services you’re using?The calls are usually encrypted to prevent outsiders from eavesdropping, but it’s important to remember
You’ve probably attended so many Zoom meetings by now that it no longer seems strange that you didn’t always meet virtually. In your home office, you've likely arranged your background to make sure it sends the right message. But does it? Is it too personal? Too bare? Too busy?
Whether it’s your weekly family catch-up or an important work meeting, video conferencing software now plays an important role in many people’s lives. But if you’re getting connection issues on Zoom or poor video quality with Microsoft Teams, then your connection might not be good enough to support your