Many companies were caught unprepared in the Spring of 2020 because they lacked remote communication tools within their business.
Until they were forced to work from home, remote resources and processes weren't prioritized in budgets, nor was time and resources spent on properly outfitting staff. And even if they were, many tools have a learning curve that requires a ramp-up period to solidify user adoption.
Some companies grabbed the first tools that could address their needs, but that brought a string of its own problems.
To help, we've compiled a shortlist of the tools having the most impact on remote team communications. Adopting even one could give your team the edge, ensuring everyone stays connected, no matter where "the office" is.