Is your team equipped for remote work?

Is your team equipped for remote work?

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The team at 3dotDigital, one of the leading cross-sector software solutions provider, across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, developed this quick remote work checklist to help you honestly determine whether your team has the tools and information they need to continue providing the best service for your clients, despite the troubled times.

Remote work only works if you make it work for you.

Consider your team’s preparedness in regards to customer communications, collaboration processes, and security and availability as you prepare to manage a remote team.

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Do read our other blogs on business continuity

(1) Business Continuity: Fighting back interruptions during COVID-19 pandemic
(2) Business continuity priorities considering the Coronavirus outbreak 
(3) Implications of the new normal for the CIO
(4) ML-powered backups for business continuity


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