I am always looking for ways to improve my telecommuting. Whether that means I need to find the best cloud solutions, strong wifi coffee shops or the right laptop bag. Here are some great tips from an article by Whitson Gordon from the Lifehacker website that gives alot of great tips.
There’s only so much work you can do at the office before you go insane. If you need a change of scenery, here are ten ways to make the best of your mobile workspace.
I recently wrote about tethering your android device for internet connectinivity and have been using PdaNet to wirelessly work from the train and now from the car.
I am impressed with the speed and versatility of the application. I found the bluetooth connectivity a little counter-intuitive, but that could jsut be my lack of technical skills. I did eventually figure it out and am writing this post from the 80 before I get back to the real reaon for getting the app: telecommuting.
For those who work on the go, it is important that you be prepared and have some self discipline in how you work.
It has been proven that the traditional office cubicle has nothing on telecommuting for improving productivity and happiness in employees, but there are some basic steps that can help ensure that you stay healthy and have everything you need to be a 21st century worker.
If you can escape your desk every so often, you should. It boosts memory, opens up new ideas, and provides needed escape. But there’s more to it than simply lugging your laptop. Here’s how to make any workplace your own.
We know the usual protests. “Coffee shops are for pretend work.” “There’s a reason companies have offices.” “Why pay for coffee and Wi-Fi when I have them for free at home?” And it’s fine to think that way. But some people like something other than tuna salad sandwiches for lunch every single day (literally or metaphorically, take your pick). Continue reading →