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Niklas Edlinger

Niklas Edlinger

Nik is a member of the marketing team at Citrix Online in sunny Santa Barbara. Using his background in editing, he reviews white papers, case studies, and articles that all concern workshifting. With a strong passion for technology and progress, Niklas strives to maintain a healthy balance among work, life, and the environment – and he feels workshifting fits perfectly for him. When he is not in the office proofing documents, he can be found out in the ocean surfing, enjoying the water and the open air.
TakingBreaksAtWork

Want to be more productive? Work less. As paradoxical as that may sound, taking breaks is better for both you and your business. Numerous studies have shown that investing time in yourself – rather than just work – can pay off big. Spending extra time with family and friends, for example, is worth more than […]

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It’s hard to stay focused at work on Fridays. This is especially true during summer, when there’s so much going on. By the end of the week, it can feel like you’re missing out on all the fun as the season slips by. Sound familiar? At GoToMyPC, we think people work more effectively when they […]

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Waiting for Workshifting

Posted by on 27 October 2012 1

Whenever I workshift from a public space, I wonder if I’m the odd man out. There’s never any lack of open laptops or mobile devices  in play, but the screens I see seem to be suspiciously devoid of work-related email or office programs. On sites like Workshifting, my mobile workstyle is reinforced and echoed by […]

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We’re easily distracted. The phone rings. A co-worker drops by. The neighbors chat loudly. Unfortunately, with so many attention-grabbing interruptions, staying focused at work can become its own job. Many workshifters stand by the virtues of the home workspace, which can help alleviate many of these concerns (while admittedly adding others). But what if you’re […]

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Have you ever tried to imagine what the future of technology will be like? Ignoring the perennial favorites (seriously, where’s my flying car already?), nailing down those small-time changes that add up to a real culture shift is no easy feat. I recently got myself an HD webcam (to use in my GoToMeeting with HDFaces™ […]

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President Obama, the self-titled Teleworker-in-Chief, declared at a recent workplace flexibility forum that “work is what you do, not where you do it.” It’s no wonder then that out of every possible work sector, the Federal Government takes the crown for workshifting. Although they don’t have the most remote workers, their numbers have been growing […]

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The Earth Day festival grounds in Santa Barbara, California, were packed. Big-name corporations and small-town grassroots tabled side-by-side, peddling the same message: with so many easy ways to go green, anyone in any work situation can do something for the environment. The significance of this idea was not lost on the revelers, who take commitment […]

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