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The growth of mobile technology is simply staggering. According to mobiThinking, there are 5.3 billion mobile subscribers (that translates to 77% of the world’s population.) By 2014, it’s expected that mobile will overtake the PC as the most popular way to access the web. People are using mobile technologies for commerce, entertainment, and productivity. No […]

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Al Pittampalli and The Domino Project have recently published a book, “Read This Before Our Next Meeting,” focused on the modern meeting and the importance it plays in businesses success. Al provides strategies on how to replace mediocre meetings with well-managed, productive meetings. With Al’s permission we have been allowed to share this exclusive excerpt […]

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Can You See Me Now?

Posted by on 2 August 2011

This week my company, Citrix Online, launched HDFaces, which is high-definition group video conferencing, integrated simply with GoToMeeting. We’ve done everything possible to bring a telepresence-like experience to everyone. But it’s not all about the technology, I could talk all day about HDFaces, that’s not the point of this post. The point of this post is […]

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In 2009 Forrester Research predicted that more than half the workforce would be teleworking by 2016: “Fueled by broadband adoption, better collaboration tools, and growing management experience, the U.S. telecommuting ranks will swell to 63 million by 2016. Those 29 million new telecommuters lined up five abreast would stretch from New York to LA! Leading […]

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Yes, you read that title correctly and no it isn’t just title-bait to get you to click on this post. Have you ever wanted the freedom to just let go of work? Of the office? Of the 9-5 grind? A chance to restore work-life balance into your life. If you had the chance to do […]

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Last month we published an infographic on the international language of business based on a study that Citrix Online commissioned from Forrester Consulting. Today we’re happy to launch the results of that study. The study yielded surprising findings related to generational and cultural working behaviors that impact how businesses communicate and collaborate in an increasingly […]

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There are hundreds, if not thousands, of articles, books, blogs, and Websites filled with advice about how to manage remote workers (or telecommuters, or workshifters, or distributed teams–we tend to use these terms interchangeably, even though we know there are subtle distinctions among them). However, most of that advice amounts to broad generalizations or “bumper-sticker”-like […]

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Today we have a guest post from Tom Drews. Tom is the CEO and Founder of What Works! Communications, a company that helps people to design and deliver effective virtual presentations. He is considered to be a leader in the field, and his clients include Google, Symantec, CLIF Bar, McKesson and Citrix Online. You can […]

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I’ve been workshifting since before there was a term for it. I started back in the late 90s, when I convinced my office that I could manage most of my project details remotely. By the early 2000s, when the company where I worked acquired a new building, I even built workshifting (then called telecommuting) into […]

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How Many People Actually Telecommute?

Posted by on 21 February 2010

Inga hit my hot button with her recent post “What’s in a Name“. Depending on whom you ask, the number of U.S. telecommuters ranges from between 2.8 million people (consider home their primary place of work, not including the self-employed) and 44.4 million (includes anyone works at home at least once a year). The counting problem isn’t […]

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