The office is old school. If you head off every morning to cubicle land, you’re now living in the past.What made this possible? Information and communication technologies. I first realized this in 1993.Back
As technology evolves, many of the barriers that have traditionally limited telecommuting continue to disappear. The tedious standard of spending 40 hours a week sitting in a cubicle is fading as employers and
Isaac Asimov got there first. In The Naked Sun, he envisioned Solaria, a civilization whose telepresence technologies are as good as being face-to-face -- superior, in fact, according to the Solarians, who have
According to figures released recently by the Nemertes Research Group, an Illinois-based research advisory firm, as many as 71 per cent of U.S. companies offer full-time or part-time telecommuting to employees. Despite the
?Service-level agreements, as currently defined, are of little use to enterprises, a service provider said at a conference in New York earlier this month. “SLAs are nothing more than marketing fodder,” said Brett
U.S. lawmakers have been making noise on the telework front lately, with legislatures convening to discuss what government agencies and corporations are doing to help the U.S. workforce deal with volatile gas prices.