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The new WFH - Workshop from Home

Many of our clients, collaborators and partners are rapidly rethinking the way that they work - with
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The new WFH - Workshop from Home
By Disruptors Co • Issue #138 • View online
Many of our clients, collaborators and partners are rapidly rethinking the way that they work - with physical distancing now a core part of “working” this means either rotating teams in and out of the office, or enforced WFH - working from home.
But working from home doesn’t mean “being” at home - and much of the way that we work is collaborative. To bridge the collaboration gap, Disruptors have developed a new moderated, collaboration platform - iHackOnline. We see it as the new WFH - workshopping from home.
We think iHackOnline is the easiest way to meet and collaborate online - allowing you to run workshops and even hackathons live on the web. It uses familiar tools to create new value and has integrated our library of collaborative canvases, handbooks and use cases to help you remain productive and focused even while working from home. And with supported moderation built-in, it takes online meetings to a new level.

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