The commute is killing you. You sit in endless boring meetings. Phones are ringing and your colleague is moving his table for the fifth time today. Someone is looking over your shoulder. The suit that you’re wearing is uncomfortable.
Isn’t the nine-to-five day great? Thankfully, today we have a contender: working remotely.
When working remotely you get all the benefits that you’ve heard and imagined before — work in your sweatshirt, no more commuting, save money on lunch by eating cheap and healthy food, attend only meetings that you absolutely have to, be more productive and, of course, manage your time the way you see fit. Of course, there are pros and cons to all facets of making money.
More and more people are switching to remote work, but it would be pointless for your employer or your career if working from a hammock on a remote beach caused productivity to suffer. Fortunately, there are plenty of software tools to make the transition easier, all you need is WiFi or some form of internet access. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of those tools that make remote work easy.
1. Google Drive
2. Box Note Taking
3. Egnyte Connect