by Nancy Settle-Murphy | May 04, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, we've seen many high-profile events (Google Cloud Next, Aruba Networks' Atmosphere'20 Las Vegas) shift from in-person to virtual gatherings. Training programs, conferences, conventions and meetings have been cancelled left and right. Virtually all employees (and indeed, entire organizations) are working from home. The trouble is, many have no existing structure or processes for remote collaboration.

While nothing can quite replace the unique benefits of face-to-face gatherings, digital events - if thoughtfully done - can accomplish surprisingly powerful results. Read the full story on NorthstarMeetingsGroup.com for suggestions on how to make that shift.