Now that most of the world is learning what it’s like to work remotely, it’s time to shine a spotlight on the tools that make remote working, virtual meetings, and distance learning so powerful. From software and hardware, to best practices and tips to help you quickly adapt to the new and growing landscape of remote work, Astralform wants to help you discover how to harness your personal power from anywhere.
In addition to standard video-based remote work solutions, there’s also an emerging field of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) tools that are on the cutting edge, but will soon be mainstream. From VR headsets like Facebook’s Oculus Quest, to Apple’s upcoming AR smartglasses, these immersive tools will make remote interactions even more powerful and seamless.
This is a time of profound change, not just in the way we see the world, but the way in which technology allows us to collaborate and interact with each other to work in amazing new ways. Join us and discover how to use technology to work anywhere, with anyone, in whichever way you want.
Who Is Adario Strange?
I’m the creator of Astralform, an idea I came up with to address the new way we communicate and work with each other across large distances. I’m also a remote work expert. Not because I’ve spoken at a bunch of conferences or done marketing for a tech/telecom business, but because I’ve actually lived the remote work lifestyle for well over a decade.
Throughout the years, starting around 2007, I’ve functioned on and off as full-time remote worker for the likes of Wired, PC Mag, and Mashable. Whether it was from a Tokyo rooftop bar lounge, a beach-side picnic table in Venice, California, a fashionable cafe in Paris, or from my apartment in New York City, I’ve worked from pretty much everywhere, armed with a laptop, a webcam, the right software, and a location-agnostic view of the world. I’ve used or tested pretty much every major remote working-centric software, hardware dynamic, and mobile set-up you can think of.
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