Free Screen Sharing Fuels Upward Trend of Working From Home
Is working from home the new American dream?
Chances are that you’ve at least thought about it: rolling out of bed at 8:59 AM with just enough time to turn on your computer, skipping the uncomfortable clothes and the mind-numbing commute, and generally being happier overall, right?
Turns out it is no dream: thanks to technologies like free screen sharing, it is more possible than ever for someone in the average workplace to work from the comfort of their own home. Even though they aren’t in the office, remote workers can use screen sharing to share ideas, thoughts, and information. For some employees, it can feel like they never left the office!
Statistics show a huge rise in the number of workers who want to work remotely
Millennials, in particular, show a great interest in freelancing and remote work, which is set to grow by 50% by 2020. Due to their familiarity with technology, they are more likely to utilize technologies like screen sharing to share documents remotely, eliminating almost all of the need for an actual office space.
If you are an employee or owner of a small business, take note. 80-90% of the US workforce says they would like to telework at least part-time, and there are no indications that number will decrease in the near future.
So, why does everyone want to work from home so much?
If that fact comes as a shock to you (or even if it doesn’t), your business needs to start taking concrete steps NOW to incorporate teleworking into your business model. The first step is to use screen sharing for some of your daily or weekly office tasks.
Start out small. Use free screen sharing to share some relevant plans or documents with your team in order to brainstorm or get feedback. You can even use video calls/screen sharing as a backup option in case one or more team members are late or absent!
About FreeConference.com’s free screen sharing
To share your screen while in an online meeting, all you have to do is click on Share > Share Screen. A pop-up will ask you if you want to share your entire screen, or just one application. It’s that easy
You or your participants can share your screen with up to 10 people at a time with a free account and collaborate instantly. Plus, participants can choose to join your online meeting room through the phone, or through a computer or mobile device.
Why you should choose FreeConference.com’s free screen sharing
Did I mention we have a Puffin as a mascot? What more do you need?
Free screen sharing comes standard for all FreeConference.com accounts, but that alone isn’t why you should use FreeConference.com.
FreeConference.com serves over a billion minutes a year of all-digital conference calls to businesses and individuals requiring top-tier performance at little or no cost. We’re committed to providing reliable and affordable tools for gathering groups of every size, no matter their location.
Creating an account is a one-step process – all you need is an email address.
Create an account today & try screen sharing for free with no commitments!
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