Microsoft is joining the ranks of companies urging its employees to work from home in an effort to help contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Despite limiting travel, an employee at Google’s Switzerland offices has been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
As the coronavirus spreads, Japan is now encouraging companies to have their employees telecommute in an effort to contain the virus.
The new update allows users to copy files between local and remote PCs, use an email address to access remote resources and allows user accounts assigned to remote resource feeds to be changed.
Video meetings, persistent team chat, and consistent in-person connections are all important for keeping a connected feeling with remote employees, says Lisa Walker, Vice President of Brand & Corporate Marketing at Fuze. “Remote employees will always talk about how they feel disconnected from HQ and disconnected from the company.”
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