Tag Archives: telework

What if IBM’s Right?

Is there a scenario in which IBM’s reported decision to ask remote employees to work in offices again is a good idea? More pointedly, is there a scenario in which the decision might be good news for the pro-AV industry? Let me be the first (maybe) to admit I have no idea how IBM’s current […]

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Smart Working: Am I Working Right Now?

It’s Sunday morning. I’m having a cup of coffee, listening to music on the radio and writing a blog about technology and its impact on our lives. Am I working right now? You’re reading this blog, learning about my perspective on work. Will this activity benefit you personally or professionally? What time of day is […]

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Tomorrow is Today

This coming September I will be celebrating my thirty-sixth year working in media technology industries. For nearly all of that time I have been reading about and chatting with others about the amazing future technology will bring us. Those conversations would often delve into the world of science fiction — things like how cool having a […]

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Feds and Videoconferencing: Did Not See That Coming

Last month, a group called the Telework Exchange came out with a report on videoconferencing in the federal government. The study prompted headlines in the federal IT press such as this one, in Federal Computer Week: “Videoconferencing slow to gain ground in government.” Not necessarily what someone in the pro AV industry wants to read […]

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