Tips to prepare for remote working.

Are you
ready?

If you live in an area that has or is likely to be affected by this pandemic, we strongly suggest start planning now how your organization is going to operate during a possible period of temporary mandated quarantine or travel restrictions.
Determine which employees can work remotely if absolutely necessary.

Determine which remote collaboration tool is going to be critical for each employee or department.
Provide these employees with logins, passwords and instructions for each remote collaboration tool they are going to be using.

Determine which remote collaboration tool is going to be critical for each employee or department.
Provide these employees with logins, passwords and instructions for each remote collaboration tool they are going to be using.

Hold a drill to make sure everyone knows how to switch from office work to working from home.

If you want to start using Bitrix24 for your remote workforce, contact us and we will assess your situation and guide you in the right direction.

Prepare
and
equip

Determine which employees can work remotely if absolutely necessary.

20%

Determine which remote collaboration tool you will be using

40%

Provide employees with logins, passwords and instructions for you tool

60%

Hold a drill to make sure everyone knows how to switch to work-from-home

80%

Make the switch and have support available to keep the ball rolling

100%

The fact that our free plan now comes with an unlimited number of users, means you don’t have to go through budgeting and procurement committees in order to have a ‘plan B’ as quickly as possible.

What happens once the COVID-19 threat is over?

We are going to give an advanced warning for all free plan changes, giving you at least 30 days to save your data if needed. Also, as per GDPR compliance, requirement, you will be able to request full personal data removal from our servers, if necessary.

To accommodate businesses that wants to move to Bitrix24 we have a work-from-home special. 

A Nine-Step Checklist for Switching to Remote Work Quickly

Transitioning your office to remote working conditions can be a challenge – in this article, we've rounded up 9 steps to help you make the move as quick and easy as possible.

1. Talk to your team
2. Go through your employees’ workflows
3. Create routines and structure
4. Establish a sense of community – no matter how far from the office
5. Stratify your staff based on risk factors
6. Determine which teams can’t work remotely
7. Create a safe working environment inside the office
8. Inform your clients
9. Educate your team

Complete our assessment form and we will
assess if you qualify for a free setup assessment.

  From the Bitrix24 office 

Dmitry Davydov

Chief Marketing Officer

We’d like to update you about what’s going on with COVID-19, Bitrix24 and the current economic conditions. The situation the world finds itself in is very serious.

We’ve quickly moved from debating pros and cons of remote work to ‘switch to remote work or go out of business.’ Remote work is no longer debatable and Bitrix24 is in a unique situation of being able to help millions of organizations to keep working even as businesses everywhere are shutting down. This is why we’ve decided to make our free plan available to an unlimited number of users.

It is now abandonly clear that creating Bitrix24 as a COMPLETE suite of online work tools that enable remote collaboration has been the correct concept all along. Companies that allowed one department to use Trello for project management and others Asana or Basecamp are now struggling as there’s no single communication hub to run the entire company. Should everyone move to Trello? Or to Asana? Or Basecamp? Is there even a way to move from one to another?

We’d like to update you about what’s going on with COVID-19, Bitrix24 and the current economic conditions. The situation the world finds itself in is very serious.

We’ve quickly moved from debating pros and cons of remote work to ‘switch to remote work or go out of business.’ Remote work is no longer debatable and Bitrix24 is in a unique situation of being able to help millions of organizations to keep working even as businesses everywhere are shutting down. This is why we’ve decided to make our free plan available to an unlimited number of users.

It is now abandonly clear that creating Bitrix24 as a COMPLETE suite of online work tools that enable remote collaboration has been the correct concept all along. Companies that allowed one department to use Trello for project management and others Asana or Basecamp are now struggling as there’s no single communication hub to run the entire company. Should everyone move to Trello? Or to Asana? Or Basecamp? Is there even a way to move from one to another?