Monday, 30 Mar 2020

No Need to be Stress! These Are 7 Mainstay Applications That Can Help You Work From Home Because of Coronavirus


InternetInternet - Working from home is one solution to prevent the spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19 because it avoids crowds and meets many people. With technological sophistication, this is not a problem.

As long as each team member is aware of cybersecurity, maintains communication and is responsible for their respective duties, work can remain smooth and does not need to be face-to-face, because coordination of work can be done online.

The following are some applications for working from home that you can count on.

1. WhatsApp
WhatsApp is the most common instant messaging application in use today. This chat application will facilitate communication with the work team, as well as being able to share files, photos and videos.

You can also maximize communication by interacting with each other not only through chat, but also making voice calls, voice notes, or if necessary group video calls.

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2. Gmail
The email will store the correspondence message securely. Because there are some things that are not enough delivered via instant message. Besides the files sent will also be neater and easy to trace again if using email. The email applications that you can use vary from Gmail to Outlook.

3. Skype for Business
Basically Skype for Business has almost the same function as WhatsApp. But because it was designed to work, Skype for Business allows users to make voice calls, conference calls and share messages and documents seamlessly.

We can add up to 250 people to conduct online meetings, provide enterprise-class security, allow you to manage employee accounts, and integrate into your office application.

4. Google Docs
Google Docs is a free service from Google to be used as a word processing program, spreadsheets, presentations, to web-based data storage. Google Docs really allows you to edit files online when collaborating with others in real-time.

5. Trello
In addition to using Google Docs, this application will make it easier for you to work with others in a team when doing projects together.

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Trello helps in compiling work plans and completing them together with a number of features, namely Board, List, and Card.

6. Google Drive
Need to send a large file? You can use Google Drive. Google's cloud storage service makes it easy for people to save files through the internet, so documents will not be lost as long as the person knows their email and password. Other similar applications that have the same function, you can use Dropbox or WeTransfer.

7. YouTube
Because they cannot hold events offline, some companies may feel the need to broadcast live streaming. For such needs, YouTube Live can be counted on as an easy way to reach the audience in real-time.

When streaming video games, for example, or holding live question and answer, or teaching a class, various YouTube Live features can help manage to stream and interact with the audience in real-time.



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