The Digital Age has completely revamped the way we think and work. As a result, the modern employee expects their office tech to move as quickly as they think. Since remote work is booming with no signs of slowing down – especially amidst COVID-19 – providing your staff with the latest technology is perhaps the best thing you can do to ensure them a collaborative, effective remote experience. Time is money, and it’s time to start working smarter, not harder.
First and foremost, expecting work in the digital age to come without challenge is unrealistic. Thankfully, there’s tech to help with this. Implementing software such as Grammarly, Slack, inVision, Shift, and Sequel can smoothen your workers’ virtual workflow – and when your workers are productive, business is productive.
Here’s how these tools work.
I’m sure you’ve heard of Grammarly. Its free version is great, strong enough to measure correctness, clarity, delivery, tone of voice, and engagement. Grammarly can even find misspelling and grammatical mistakes before you actually make them. Encouraging your team to use this in their digital efforts can save them embarrassment in the long-run.
More importantly, you can use Slack to keep in touch with your entire company – whether or not they’re actually in the office. Slack operates using organized spaces for everything related to a project, topic, or team. You can also have fun with slack, installing apps like Giphy and Twitter into its software. This helps stay personal with your staff, even when they’re aware.
For digital media purposes, inVision should be your go-to as it provides real-time interaction for immediate feedback and fast updates. inVision also allows you to transform designs into code, pixels, and stylesheets.
65% of employees predict will become more global and digital as time goes on. Continue reading below for more ways you can work easier with tech.
Infographic source: Best Masters Programs