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How to Manage Remote Teams

by Rhucha Kulkarni, Hrtechnologist.com
August 1, 2017

Remote working is becoming a reality in today’s workplace, as employees are under more pressure than ever to perform.  According to a recent research by remote.co, remote working presents certain benefits to both the employee and the employer. Better productivity, better employee efficiency, better employee morale, and engagement are some of the direct outcomes of...[Click to read more]

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The rise of remote risk: Three trends increasing your threat profile

by Guy Eilon, Forcepoint (Computerworld), Computerworld.com.au
August 1, 2017

Technology has fundamentally changed the face of our workplaces. Over the past decade, the introduction of collaborative tools like Google Docs, Slack and Dropbox enabled colleagues to work together on tasks from different time zones, working on complex and cumbersome files which are shared and updated almost instantaneously.[Click to read more]

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The Top 50 Companies For Remote, Part-Time Gigs

by Renee Morad, Forbes.com
July 31, 2017

“A part-time remote job can be an ideal arrangement for many professionals who either can’t find a good job in their local area and/or for people such as working parents, semi-retirees, people with health issues or disabilities, military spouses, millennials, career changers, and people seeking better an alternative working arrangement to full-time, on-site work,” Sara...[Click to read more]

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How a shared space changed my life

by ERIN REILLY, Stuff.co.nz
July 31, 2017

I still remember the first day I officially worked from home. I’d just dropped my husband off at the bus station, and as I walked back up the stairs to our one-bedroom apartment I started freaking out. What was I doing? What would I fill my days with? What if I failed? Initially working from...[Click to read more]

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Run a Productive Business with the Right Tools in Place

by Dan Purvis, Martechadvisor.com
July 31, 2017

Dan Purvis, Director at Comms Axis discusses how business productivity and collaboration tools have the potential to deliver accelerated ROI There is no business running today without some reliance on technology, and those pushing hardest and growing fastest have embraced the full range of tools and applications open to them. Business productivity and collaboration tools...[Click to read more]

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4 Things I Know to Be True From Having a Coparent Who Works From Home

by LAUREL ELIS NIEDOSPIAL, Popsugar.com
July 31, 2017

With more and more companies understanding the importance of flexible schedules and working from home, it’s becoming commonplace for families and careers to coexist under one roof. Besides being beneficial to the business, allowing remote work can also be good for maintaining a positive work/life balance. For the past four years, my husband’s work has been...[Click to read more]

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‘The flexibility is incredible’: When companies ditch the office, everyone’s a remote worker

by Sebastian Leck, Cbc.ca
July 31, 2017

Buffer used to have an office until the company realized almost none of its employees worked there. Most people working for the social media company opted to work remotely, whether it was from home or from coffee shops in Canada and around the world. Buffer closed its office in San Francisco in 2015, becoming one of...[Click to read more]

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