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5 Best Remote Working Tools to Working from Home

COVID-19 has altered our working habits in a number of different ways, but none more than introducing us unceremoniously to remote working.

However, working from home was growing in popularity far before it became the enforced norm thanks to lock-down, but if you're new to the concept or just need a bit of help, we've come up without top 5 favourite tools to help streamline your productivity when working from home.

5 Best Remote Working Tools to Working from Home
5 Best Remote Working Tools to Working from Home

Zoom - Video Conferencing

Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars. The basic version is completely free of charge and is available on your desktop and mobile device.

Check out Zoom here >

Teams - Collaboration and Chat

Microsoft is your hub for teamwork in Office 365. All your conversations, files, meetings, and apps live together in a single shared workspace, and you can take it with you on your favourite mobile device.

Check out Teams here >

Trello -Project Management

Trello is a web-based Kanban-style list-making application which keeps all your projects on task at work, at home, or anywhere in between. Free users can add one Power-Up per board and up to 10 team boards.

Check out Trello here >

Dropbox - Cloud Storage

Dropbox lets anyone upload and transfer files to the cloud, and share them with anyone. It's great for moving large amounts of data between team membersanytime, anywhere. A basic account comes with 2GB of storage space and is always free.

Check out Dropbox here >

Headspace - Meditation & Wellbeing

Mental wellbeing is as important as physical wellbeing and in these testing times we've turned to Headspace to help. With hundreds of guided meditations to help with stress, anxiety, focus, relationships and more, the programmes are delivered direct to your phone every day. Headspace offers a 2 week free subscription or is currently free for unemployed for a year during the COVID crisis.

Check out Headspace here >