Ah, just when you thought Yahoo's decision to ban working from home is an aberration, HP suffers from the same delusional tendencies.
A lot more organizations are planning to take advantage of telework this year than last year, and much of the growing interest is at federal agencies.
People who work remotely are more committed and engaged in their work--and they think more highly of their leaders--than those who work in the office, according to research by author and consultant Scott Edinger.
Telecommuting offers well-known benefits to the worker and to the environment, and yet millions of employees who want to work from home aren't allowed to or aren't able to. One reason is that IT
Here's a way you might keep your IT talent happy and cut the department's budget at the same time: Let your staffers skip the commute. More than a third of IT pros recently surveyed by Dice said
The increasingly mobile and dispersed workforce of 2010 requires communications tools that are much different from those enabled by traditional enterprise systems. The marketplace of technologies
Writer's block has to be one of the most frustrating things in the world, especially when so much of your daily work is predicated upon your ability to convey thoughts into words and more
Government policies and new products appear to be coming together to create a strong future when it comes to broadband for the enterprise. The obvious policy initiative is the National Broadband Plan
I once had a boss who wanted to see his workers all the time. He didn't want anyone going to a meeting or out to lunch. He wanted to see everyone working at all times. He would not have done well in
There are cases of H1N1 in nearly every state but the pandemic really hasn't taken off--not yet, anyway. Despite the warnings that the worst is yet to come, it appears that few businesses are doing