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"What Would You Do?" SurveyPosted on 06/20/2012
As part of Telework Week 2012, Citrix polled 100 respondents from its GoTo community of senior managers, middle managers, junior and admin employees, business owners and freelancers to gauge their thoughts on workshifting as part of the “What Would You Do?” Survey.
The State of Telework in the U.S.: How Individuals, Business, and Government BenefitPosted on 06/27/2011
The State of Telework in the U.S., is a summar report that reveals who’s really teleworking, what they’re doing, and where they’re doing it. The results of a study conducted by the Telework Research Network and sponsored by Citrix Online, the purpose of this paper is to shed light on when and where work is done in the U.S., how that’s changed in recent years, and where the trend might be headed.
Until now, some of the most informative data about when and where people work have been buried in nearly impenetrable jungle of databases. This report hacks through these databases and made some surprising discoveries.
Making Collaboration Work for the 21st Century's Distributed WorkforcePosted on 12/09/2010
This report was commissioned by Citrix Online to explore how businesses are communicating and collaborating across the globe. The study surprisingly revealed that Gen X workers – and not those in the younger Gen Y generation – make up the majority of those who use social networking for business, followed closely by Boomers aged 55 and older. The survey, conducted by Forrester Consulting, provides a snapshot of how the global workforce communicates as work becomes more distributed and usage of collaboration technologies increases. It reveals a highly-dispersed workforce still favoring meetings, but increasingly using tools such as social networking and video chat to communicate and collaborate.
If you would like to download the infographic that is associated with this study, it can be downloaded here: The International Language of Business [Infographic]
Worldwide Mobile Worker Population 2009-2013 ForecastPosted on 07/29/2010
This paper discusses the population of mobile workers worldwide, and forecasts growth in the sector. The worldwide mobile worker population is set to increase from 919.4 million in 2008, accounting for 29% of the worldwide workforce, to 1.19 billion in 2013, accounting for 34.9% of the workforce. Download to learn more!
Workshifting - The Bottom LinePosted on 05/18/2010
The purpose of this paper is to quantify the benefits of workshifting — specifically working from home — has for employers, employees, and the community. Citrix Online coined the term ‘workshifting’ to describe the growing trend to working from anywhere other than a traditional office through the use of web-based technology. The older and more traditional terms for this are ‘teleworking’ or even ‘telecommuting’. Both of these terms are cited in this report to preserve its authenticity, since some of the data specifically cited those terms.
Windows 7 Migration and Online ToolsPosted on 01/28/2010
This whitepaper provides a funny and candid viewpoint into the Windows 7 migration that many small and medium businesses will be going through over the next couple years. Are you part of that group? If so, check out this whitepaper by Gene Marks from The Marks Group PC.
Five Keys to Getting Started with Interactive Online TrainingPosted on 01/28/2010
This white paper, written by the 1080 Group, outlines five ways companies can introduce and make their online training programs more interactive and cost effective.
How to Promote the Value of Online Training Within Your OrganizationPosted on 01/28/2010
This white paper, written by TrainingIndustry, provides the benefits and ROI of establishing an online training program.
Beyond the Basics: How to Optimize Online Training for Maximum ImpactPosted on 01/28/2010
This white paper, written by the 1080 Group, outlines how trainers can refine the way they create and deliver value, both to their trainees and to their organizations.
Engage! How to Avoid the Seven Sins of Live, Online PresentationsPosted on 01/28/2010
This white paper, written by the 1080 Group, lists the seven sins of live online presentations and provides ways to avoid them.