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Being agile is critical at all times, and ensuring your team’s remote capabilities match that desired agility and allow for a smooth transition to home work and other remote situations without productivity loss is the most important aspect of ensuring that flexibility.
While there are many aspects to a successful remote-work plan of action, your video capabilities will likely form the backbone of these remote initiatives.
Electrosonic is committed to providing best practices and beneficial support not only to our clients and partners, but across the industry. Through proper setups, attention to detail and effective collaboration, we can all remain flexible, efficient and productive during this uncertain time.
Let’s take a look at some helpful tips for getting the most out of your remote video collaboration.
To drive the actual meetings and videoconferencing you’ll likely be engaging in over the weeks and months to come, it’s critical to first ensure you’re set up for success from an infrastructure, network and equipment perspective.
As you prepare for effective and on-demand video collaboration, consider:
Once you’ve ensured that both you and your colleagues are properly set up to take part in agile, productive video collaboration, it’s also important to consider how best to engage with the sessions, themselves.
From etiquette to physical positioning, here are some helpful tips:
With these considerations in your back pocket, you can ensure both you and your colleagues are ready to adapt to this temporary normal operational capacity without losing a step.
Working from home is challenging, but taking these steps and paying additional attention to your preparedness can help you meet that challenge head on.
To learn more about how Electrosonic can help support these initiatives, contact us today.
Victoria Cosgrave, Field Marketing Manager, Enterprise at Electrosonic, has wide-ranging experience of technology within professional services, financial services, infrastructure, transport, pharmaceuticals and government. Her knowledge and experience enables her to write about the technological landscape and the issues facing clients with great insight.