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Transitioning from Office Life to Remote

by Brian Manning
May 13, 2020

Mediacurrent has been a distributed company for over ten years and understands what organizations and individuals may be facing as they adjust to working as a remote team. In our roundtable webinars, we cover tips on how to transition from office life to working remotely.

In our first discussion, we review:

  • What to consider for your remote workspace
  • The importance of keeping a consistent schedule
  • How to communicate remotely
  • How to maintain your health (mental and physical)
  • Recommended tools and office setup

For more, check out Mediacurrent's IT support services and resources to make working remotely work for your team.

Meet team member, Brian Manning

As the IT Operations Manager Brian loves connecting business needs with the right technologies. An extrovert at heart, he enjoys collaborating with Mediacurrents clients to understand their goals to ideate, design and launch the best solutions to help them innovate, grow and expand their reach. When it comes to emerging technology, Brian works directly with clients to help them evaluate and understand how technologies can bring value to their organization.

He has 20 plus years of leveraging technologies – existing and emerging – to help customers gain a competitive edge. Brian’s diverse management roles in Information Technology and Project Management have allowed him to work with companies such as Microsoft, Sony, UTV Entertainment, LifeWay—and everything in between.

Brian thrives on partnership and collaboration, allowing him to leverage technology to achieve the desired outcomes. He is also deeply passionate to help others succeed through mentorship and communication to create a powerful vision for their future and career growth.

When he’s not working, Brian can be found trying new restaurants or going to Disney with his wife, Kate and their three kids. He also enjoys breweries, woodworking, or fishing outdoors whenever possible.

 

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