2020 Best Remote Work-From-Home Tools
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Tools & tips for those transitioning into remote work. A conversation feat. Joanes Prosper & Ian Busching.
Professionals, entrepreneurs, and creatives around the world are grappling with the reality of social distancing amid the COVID-19 / Coronavirus outbreak.
To help reduce the headache, Prosper Digital TV CEO, Joanes Prosper talks with Ian Busching of Dig Down Media to share the most effective tools for Online Meetings, Remote Learning, Webinars, and Live Streaming Events.
“As companies seek to transition to online work, there are a ton of productivity and connectivity tools to help facilitate remote work experiences.”– Ian Busching
1. Online Meetings
The best free, free-mium and paid online meeting tools mentioned: [click on the names]
- Zoom – very popular lately!
- Google Hangouts
- Google Hangouts-Meet
- Microsoft Teams
2. Remote Learning
The best free, free-mium and paid remote learning and training tools, from basic to pro, mentioned:
The best free, free-mium and paid webinar tools, with some overlap, mentioned:
- NewRow by Kaltura
- [Bonus: WebinarJam]
4. Live Streaming / Virtual Events – (Basic, Mid-tier, & Premium)
The best basic, mid-tier and premium live streaming tools mentioned:
- Facebook Live
- YouTube Live
- Twitter Live
- Instagram Live
- Linkedin Live
- OBS – Open Broadcaster Software – also free!
- NewTek – TriCaster
Don’t forget the KEY Live Streaming tip in that last video – The 4 Key Components to Creating a Live Stream and an Advanced Live Stream
As a part of a self – and in some ways mandatory – quarantine, having your home suddenly become a school or workplace can be pretty disorienting.
With these various online/ Remote Working tools, countless teachers, professionals, entrepreneurs, instructors, students, freelancers, creatives, event producers, and anyone else directly affected by the economic toll COVID-19 is taking on our economy can pivot toward alternative means of income and progress.
Many government agencies [city, state, and federal] as well as local businesses and large corporations have been forced to get creative with their time and their work. Whatever the case may be, you are not alone in this. And with these tools and tips in your arsenal, you’ll be better suited for this, new normal.
Feel free to share this article to 2-3 people whom you think could benefit from it most.
[BONUS] – For businesses with 50 employees or less, get access to the Small Businesses Media Consulting and Media Knowledge Base offered by Ian in the video, HERE: https://digdownmedia.com/COVID19
HINT: It’s Free!