Box allows for sharing files among teams and the public.
Confluence is a collaborative workspace tool for teams
Doodle allows remote teams and groups to set up polls in order to make decisions or schedule meetings, among other things.
G Suite - Google's suite of collaborative tools for work teams, including Google Meet, Google Drive, Calendar, Hangouts, Jamboard, and more.
GitHub - development tool that is mainly used for version control, or keeping track of changes made to files, like ones with code for web pages or apps.
Grammarly - online "writing assistant" that verifies spelling and grammar. It also style-checks by analyzing the tone and clarity of the writing.
Jira - project management platform designed for agile development.
Jive - collaboration and knowledge management tool
Microsoft Teams Microsoft's communication and collaboration platform for teams
Office 365/Microsoft Outlook The schedule view in Outlook's calendar feature is very useful for finding mutually available times for colleagues to meet; attendees can accept, decline, or propose a different time to the organizer.
Slack - brings all your communication together in one place. It's real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams.
Trello - project management tool that allows teams to collaborate on lists of tasks.
WebEx - Enterprise solution for video conferencing, online meetings, screen share, and webinars.
Yammer - social networking service used for private communication within organizations. Included in all enterprise plans of Office 365 and Microsoft 365.
Zoom - video conferencing service used by many institutions.
Free LinkedIn Learning courses to help you adjusting to your new work environment, remotely manage and lead teams, get to know remote work productivity tools and more. Here are some of the courses:
A good podcast will spruce up your day when working from home. Here's a quick list of podcasts for remote workers to follow and get great information and inspiration for their day: