7 Key Considerations for Remote Work & Collaboration in the Gaming Industry

Remote/hybrid work is here to stay, and a top priority across the industry continues to be shoring up remote workflows to ensure they are secure and scalable.

Many discover that while standard web-based collaboration tools including Dropbox, Google Drive and WeTransfer work well in most industries, they lack the technology needed for most game development pipelines.

Read this guide to discover seven important considerations for implementing a permanent, secure and scalable remote/hybrid working strategy that supports the unique conditions of the gaming industry’s distributed workforce.

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“When we produce a game, it typically involves hundreds of people, programmers, artists, game designers and testers, from multiple studios around the world working on the same games, including a lead studio and several co-development studios.”

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