As another year comes to an end, it is good to take a step back and do some end-of-the-year evaluation.
That’s why we went through all the great tools and services we use in our daily work, checked performed well, and if there is room for improvement.
And guess what? We found a massive amount of fantastic tools for remote workers on the course of this research and decided to put them together, so you don’t have to.
Get your remote tool stack ready for 2020!
We have explored various “remote-friendly” categories (Communication, Collaboration, Project Management, Productivity, Team Management, Video Conferencing, Payroll & Legal Compliance, Sourcing & Vetting, Education, Coworking) and selected the best “rising stars” remote tools to follow closely in 2020.
You can read the full list here
If you know about some great remote tool that hasn’t been featured on this list and you think it should be – let us know. We will be happy to check it out by ourselves and include it!
All you wanted to know about our Certified in Distributed Management program
If you read our newsletter, you probably already heard about our Certified in Distributed Management program.
We have been getting A LOT of messages about the upcoming class of 2020, so we decided to hold two webinars during which we will address all the questions that you have or may have. If you are considering joining the program, you should definitely attend the webinar! Get On The Guest List
And to make it easier for you, we have two time slots prepared. You can join us on:
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