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SF Bay Area Commuters: Time to Telecommute / Telework

This is 2012…. There are any number of jobs that can use any number of remote access technologies (from ubiquitous high-speed Internet access to document application sharing to video conferencing to IP voice to plain old email…and everything in between) that allow employees to TELECOMMUTE / TELEWORK effectively, efficiently, and productively…….from virtually anywhere. Why is it not happening? Well….for one there

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Virtual Work in the Year 2004

Virtual Work in the Year 2004 by Mike Pihlman Published in Applied Business teleCommunications “View of the Desktop” Newsletter, in August 1995. If you are old enuf, Applied Business teleCommunications were the folks who put on “TeleCon” at the time the worlds largest conference on videoconferencing, audioconferencing and collaboration. The year is 2004 and you are video-commuting from your beach

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Difference Between Coworking and a Virtual Office

(Orignally posted on TelBitConsulting.com) Coworking has been gathering momentum in the past year or two.  As more and more coworking locations are established, more people learn what it is, there is more exposure, then more people learn about it……  That snowball effect is at it’s very early stages, but, in a year, or two, the awareness of coworking will increase

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Telecommuting = Coworking = Telework

Originally posted on TelBitConsulting.com ++++ OK, this is ridiculous. Folks….it is 2010. The Internet is at nearly everyone’s feet, computers have evolved into lean mean mobile machines, phones have done the same. Social networks abound, email, IM, Twitter, Facebook, videoconferencing, voice, video, and data….all at your fingertips. Airports, train stations, McDonalds, Starbucks, Barnes & Noble, just about every where there

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What is Coworking?

  Short History A couple of years ago, I read an article on coworking.  After reading it, I thought to myself…wow, this is just like the old Neighborhood Telecommuting Centers of the 1980’s. Having co-written the first “Telecommuting Plan” at LLNL, I became a staunch advocate of telecommuting and in the early to mid-90’s, I pondered opening a Telecommuting Center

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