The Age of Decentralized Work is Upon Us

OK, people….here is the future. If you have teens (or college age early 20’s kids) you have seen this….if you have younger kids….you WILL see it.  So hang in there…. Decentralization of work will happen.  Telecommuting / Telework will be the norm.  And, yes, mobile video conferencing WILL rule the world. Here is why…. The kids of today are:  Computer and Internet savvy.  Facebook, Skype, Twitter, … Continue reading The Age of Decentralized Work is Upon Us

BlueJeans Network: Cloud Video Conferencing

UPDATED: 5/25/2020 Ah yes, I remember it well.  I remember the day when I had to order an ISDN line at home (remember 2B+D?) to attend a videoconference from home (hey…I practice not just preach telecommuting!). Then, what seems like a short time later (and after ATM and Token Ring fell by the wayside…) we set-up pretty close to the first (Dr. Bob and Tim … Continue reading BlueJeans Network: Cloud Video Conferencing

Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 4

Telecommute while cornavirus is still active This article was published in the Tracy Press Go here to read Part 3. Go here to read Part 2. Go here to read Part 1. READ MY 2011 UPDATE FIRST:  Free Telecommuting Advice Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 4 Gas is nearly $4.00 a gallon.  Traffic is horrendous.  Now is the perfect time to start telecommuting. You probably have … Continue reading Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 4

Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 3

This article originally published in the Tracy Press. Telecommute while cornavirus is still active Go here to read Part 2. Go here to read Part 1. Go here to read Part 4. READ MY 2011 UPDATE FIRST:  Free Telecommuting Advice Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 3 Save money, time, and the environment, reduce traffic, increase productivity, and maintain business continuity. As we have seen, telecommuting can … Continue reading Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 3

Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 2

Telecommute while cornavirus is still active This was also published in the Tracy Press (a long long time ago). Go here to read Part 1. Go here to read Part 3. Go here to read Part 4. READ MY 2011 UPDATE FIRST:  Free Telecommuting Advice Part 2: Telecommuting wants you! TeleWork vs Telecommuting Since I co-wrote a Telecommuting Plan many years ago, a new term … Continue reading Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 2

Should Your Company ALLOW Telecommuting ?

  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. Telecommuting (or coworking) employees are HAPPIER employees. 4. Telecommuting saves the EMPLOYEE time and money (and damn … Continue reading Should Your Company ALLOW Telecommuting ?

Telecommuting, Coworking and the Environment

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 video by Leonardo DiCaprio….it is simply awesome and should help set the tone for future blog posts. … Continue reading Telecommuting, Coworking and the Environment