How to utilise technology during the crisis

The Coronavirus crisis is causing many issues, but luckily, technology isn’t one of them. In fact, now could be the perfect time for you to get ahead of the curve, in terms of the technology you’re using.

Here are just some of the methods you can utilise…

On cloud nine 

Cloud computing was already becoming a preferred method of storage and collaboration, but remote working has accelerated that even further. Cloud Computing uses a network of remote servers hosted online to store, manage and process data, meaning you can access your information and files from anywhere with an internet connection.

Stay in touch

It’s never been more crucial to have an effective method of keeping in touch with not only your customers, but your team too, and that’s exactly where an effective mobile comes into place.

Communicate effectively and maintain that vital connection, despite the separation we’re all facing at the moment.

Smile for the camera

Arguably, video conferencing platforms have never been as popular as they are right now. With everyone working from home, sites like Zoom and Microsoft Teams are providing the perfect way for colleagues to check in not only with each other, but with their family and friends also.

With a more personal feeling than a phone call, and the ability to replicate a face-to-face meeting with file sharing and chat functions, video conferencing is the perfect way to continue communicating while still adhering to social distancing.

Up your social media game

With meeting time freed up, now is the perfect time to get some fresh content on your social media channels, as well as try something new. Practice your camera work, branch out into video, go live – the options are endless with a good camera, and since we can’t see many people in real-life, your audience will appreciate a friendly face.

How to utilise technology during the crisis courtesy of Diamond Group –