Darren Murph knows a lot about remote work. As the Head of Remote at GitLab, he’s responsible for helping employees acclimate to the company’s all-remote culture. We thought we’d tap into Murph’s expertise to answer some of the most common questions about remote company culture.
From opening up new channels of communication across your organization, to automating how progress is shared on important initiatives, Unito’s two-way integrations create a slew of opportunities that will allow you to excel in a work-from-home environment.
McKinsey estimates word-of-mouth to be the primary factor in between 20-50% of purchasing decisions. Community building can help your business create an army of advocates who spread that word-of-mouth across the globe. Just ask Joshua Zerkel, Head of Global Community at Asana.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how managing a remote team differs from managing a team in-office, and tips for handling the challenges of remote management.
Virtual conferences have been rising in popularity for years now, but with the emergence of COVID-19, they have exploded as an industry necessity. Here are tips for first-time attendees.
In the last few days, hundreds of thousands of people have suddenly become remote workers. This webinar will help you prepare your tools for the transition.
In late January, we announced Unito’s Series A funding round. While we’re extremely happy with the outcome, the campaign was also a learning experience. We discovered what PR techniques worked really well and quickly recognized where we dropped the ball.
Asana offers a Jira Cloud integration and so does Unito. Here’s a look at the functionality and uses cases for both.
We spoke with PieSync’s founder and CEO Ewout Meyns about the future of workplace collaboration, and how integration is becoming an essential tool for businesses navigating this era of SaaS tool dominance.
We’ve raised a Series A funding round of $10.5 million led by Bessemer Venture Partners to support our efforts to unite work.
We took a look at the behavior of nearly 100,000 users in 4,000 companies, including some 35,000 tasks and 16 million (yes, million!) changes, and identified some interesting data points and trends.