Continued: 5 big tech companies making remote-work tools free during the coronavirus outbreak, including Google and MicrosoftMany companies are looking for ways to prevent the spread of the coronavirus within their workforce by asking people to work from home. For example, Twitter has asked its entire workforce of 5,000 employees to work remotely for the foreseeable future.
Of course, if your company is considering sending everyone home to work for a few days or weeks, you're probably wondering whether you have the systems in place to make that happen. If that's you, the good news is that a few tech companies are offering their services to help you stay connected.
Here are five tech companies that are making it easier to work remotely, and are making their services more accessible to small businesses and organizations:
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