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The Future Of Working From Home

by Ariel Schwartz, FastCoExist.com
September 27, 2012

Does your company let you work from wherever you want? If it doesn’t, it may be watching as progress passes it by. The next generation of working doesn’t require a desk. Sometimes it seems that a new study comes out every day touting the benefits of working remotely—it makes you more productive, happier, potentially even...[Click to read more]

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How to Manage Work-at-Home Employees

by BusinessNewsDaily, Mashable.com
September 27, 2012

Work-from-home arrangements are more common than ever. Employees love the flexibility and employers benefit from having happy employees. However, keeping employees engaged and productive from a distance can be challenging. Paul Eccher, co-founder and principal of workplace solutions firm The Vaya Group, saidtelecommuting is expected to become even more common in the coming years, especially...[Click to read more]

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Remote working cuts employee desk space

by Jennifer Scott, Computerweekly.com
September 25, 2012

As the trend for working remotely grows, a Citrix survey claims it will erode the need for desk space in business premises European businesses will only need three quarters of a desk per employee by 2020 due to the impact of remote working. According to a survey of almost 2,000 senior IT decision makers commissioned...[Click to read more]

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Letting Employees Work Remotely Pays Off

by Adam Bluestein, Inc.com
September 25, 2012

It was an idea born of a cold New England winter and a few beers among co-workers at Dimagi, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company that develops mobile apps designed to improve health care in developing countries. Next winter, why not move the whole company someplace warmer? Danny Roberts, a software engineer who had spent part of...[Click to read more]

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Here’s The Most Efficient Way To Work With A Virtual Team

by Vivian Giang and Max Nisen, Businessinsider.com
September 20, 2012

This post originally appeared at Open Forum. The expanding global and digital marketplace has made it possible for professionals to virtually work together no matter where they are in the world. It’s simple, efficient and cheap, but the lack of face-to-face time can also have a negative effect on your connection with your team, especially if...[Click to read more]

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Cloud Computing For The Telecommuter

by Gregory, Cloudtweaks.com
September 20, 2012

Telecommuting is the new way of working. The days when people had to be physically present at work are far behind. Working from home is a more cost effective, efficient, and easy option. That is why many companies have adopted it fully or partially. Cloud computing helps telecommuting to be effective because there are so...[Click to read more]

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Infographic: Should SMB Staff’s be Telecommuting?

by Cloud Infographs, CloudProviderUsa.com
September 19, 2012

With the growth of cloud mobility, the options of working location are limitless – well as long as you have a solid Internet connection. A new study found that when small business staffs are able to work remotely there is a 22% increase in overall productivity. Given the advantages, and technology capabilities, who wouldn’t want that?...[Click to read more]

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Reboot Your Telecommute With Suitable’s $16K Robo … Er, Beam

by NATHAN OLIVAREZ-GILES, Wired.com
September 17, 2012

VIDEO CONFERENCING STINKS. Skype calls, Google+ Hangouts, Apple’s FaceTime and start-ups like AirTimeannoy us with frozen frames, lousy images, muddled sound and, in the case of FaceTime, AT&T hater-aid. Suitable Technologies says there’s a better way: robots. Company CEO Scott Hassan prefers that people not call the $16,000 Beam Remote Presence Device a robot. He...[Click to read more]

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