On May 1, 2009 I opened the first COWORKING location in San Joaquin County and Tracy, CA. A revolutionary concept in office space I was sure everyone would instantly embrace.
Most very small businesses (micro-business) or start-ups cannot afford to buy a land line for telephone service. Not only that, most people (is that an understatement?) already have cell phones. The need for land lines is rapidly going away, at least for the micro-businesses consisting of just […]
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, […]
YIKES! That title irritates the living daylights out of me…. “Should Your Company ALLOW Telecommuting?” I ran across an article today with that title. How WRONG is that? Companies should ENCOURAGE telecommuting because: 1. It increases employee productivity. 2. It helps companies meet GREEN initiatives. 3. […]
I am going to start “blogging” more on the AltamontCowork site starting….NOW ! 🙂 Since coworking is GREEN, I will concentrate on blogs talking about telecommuting, coworking, and the environment. Watch it in 240p if it is breaking up (old trailer) To kick it off, watch the above […]
(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, […]
This article in the Washington Post tells us that today, a bi-partisian (who’d a thunk that could happen?) proposed bill to allow more Federal Gov’t workers to work at home or at other locations (like COWORKING!) was passed and will now go to President Obama for his signature. […]