Having a single platform for all of your business communication is an awfully helpful. Add to that the ability to use your business phone number for calling, texting, faxing, and more from any device, and you’ve got a win. Throw in instant messaging and team collaboration and it gets even better. Best of all? RingCentral Meetings allows for conference calls, video chats, screen sharing, and more, all from any device (personal or business) and on any platform (PC, Mac, iOS, and Android).
RingCentral acts as a replacement for your business phone system and runs digitally using VoIP technology (voice over internet protocol). It’s also compatible with more traditional phones and conference speakerphones for users who prefer the traditional methods while still offering the benefit of a unified communication platform. It all amounts to a huge help when you’re trying to work remotely.
It’s pretty challenging to get your work done remotely if you don’t have access to your files. With Dropbox Business, you can replace your company’s file server with a cloud-based platform to handle file storage, sharing, collaboration, and more all in a secure and centrally-managed fashion.
If you have more than one location, Dropbox shines even brighter. With, Dropbox allows you to access your CAD drawings from anywhere.
What tools does your firm use to enable your team to work from home?
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A little about us: Dynamic Computing provides managed IT services, IT support, IT consulting, & cyber security services to top performing small to mid-sized businesses in the greater Seattle area. We're focused on being the premier managed IT services firm in the Pacific Northwest, and we act as a complete IT solution for companies who don't have internal IT departments. Our clients typically range from 10 to 200 employees and we work primarily with professional services firms in the Puget Sound Region.
About the author: Kevin Gemeroy is the President & CEO of Dynamic Computing, a company he founded while in Business School at the University of Washington. He's was recognized as a 40 under 40 honoree by the Puget Sound Business Journal in 2018 and as Washington State's Mr. Future Business Leader by FBLA in 1998. He resides in Seattle, Washington.