Virtual Collaboration with Salesforce
In light of recent events, we are all facing major change and a new world with more remote working and virtual collaboration. Are you wondering how to best communicate with each other, how best to organise your workload and how you can still feel part of a team? Salesforce, a pioneer in digital transformation and virtual collaboration is able to offer some help and support for many businesses. Here’s how.
Become a trailblazer in virtual collaboration
Many of the Salesforce products are designed to hold data in a central place, accessible to others to encourage team collaboration and contribution. Products like document collaboration tool Quip or messaging platform Chatter are great examples of how Salesforce is supporting digital collaboration and how teams can leverage that to get up and running quickly in remote working.
Starting from now to September 30 2020, Salesforce is offering Quip Starter for free to any Salesforce customer or non-profit organisation, bringing the power of the collaborative Salesforce technology to teams that are away from the office and allowing them to work better and smarter.
Remote working advice
While remote working has been a quite well-established practice in the last few years, a more complete shift to working from home remains a challenge for most businesses. Technology is a huge differential in how we can overcome these challenges, but to be successful we also need a cultural shift. The team at Salesforce understands how difficult it can be for people to adjust to working remotely and the challenges managers are facing. That’s why they have created publicly-available courses on Trailhead, their educational platform, with tips on how to work from home and maintain your personal wellbeing. Also, Salesforce launched Trailhead Live, the platform to watch live and on-demand videos from experts on today’s most in-demand skills.
Doing well by doing good – the Salesforce approach
Salesforce is taking it one step forward and during a difficult time they are not only supporting the local communities but they are also making their technology available to those communities, customers and partners.
Health Cloud, one of the latest clouds focused on the healthcare sector is now offering free access for qualified emergency response teams, call centres and care management teams for health systems affected by the COVID-19 emergency. The importance of data is paramount in a health crisis to better understand the impact and measures we can take, that’s why Tableau, a Salesforce company has made available a free data resource hub to help organisation access important medical data in near real-time.
CloudShift has embraced a higher level of remote working recently and we are here and ready to help all our Customers with whatever help and support they need. If you would like help and support, please get in touch via email@example.com or complete our form below.