Let’s take a look at three of them:
Zoom – Great for streaming and meetings on the go, zoom provides multiple benefits – from the ability to screen share to the ability to activate breakouts in meeting space. With the teams that I work with, many professionals like the flexibility of being able to call in via phone, connect via their desk top or lap top, as well as use the mobile app to connect via phone.
Skype – Skype for business is being leveraged by many organizations today. With the benefits of streaming and visuals, it provides a great option for meetings and presentations.
The final platform I wanted to mention today was that of Slack. Slack is a common go-to platform for real-time communication.
When working with smaller teams around planning and projects you may also want to check out platforms including Trello and Asana.
What are some of your favorite virtual platforms? What do you use for meetings? Presentations? Project Management? Communication?
Let us know by sharing in the comments.
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