Monday, September 29, 2008

Remote Possibilities During a Tough Economy

Today the House voted on the $700B bailout and the vote turn out to be a bust. As the bailout busted, so did the stock market and add in the limited supply of gas, many individuals frustrations are running at a high level. With the limited supply of gas in our local area, many firms are finally seeing the light and looking for alternative ways to have their employees complete their work assignments. Working remotely is on the rise and for those who are looking for alternative ways to have their employees complete assignments here are a few low cost options that may be of interest to you and your firm.

Microsoft Office Live Workspace – great for managing projects and teams from virtually anywhere you have an internet connection.

Send This File – great for sending and receiving files of various sizes

LogMeIn – great for working remotely on another’s computer(s) to access software and systems not available on your computer.

These are just a few options that firms can use to work remotely and still get the job done. Many think that when individuals work remotely that productivity tends to slump, however in our existing economy the frustration associated with “getting” to work can be alleviated when individuals work remotely from their own personal locations.

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