Has technology made its way to the top of your wish list during this holiday season? You’re not alone. New phones and tablets consistently find themselves in top placement. And something else has entered the marketplace and is zooming to the top as well: wearable technology.
Whether you run a small office with just a few staff members sitting around you, or you’re in charge of dozens of employees in several locations throughout the world, one of your job duties is to continue to have a firm grasp of new technology.
New technology affects everyone sooner or later; we see it every day.
There are many reasons to allow your employees to work remotely, or telecommute from the location of their choice. It can bring cost savings to your employee, as they won’t be spending hours in the car going to and from work each day. It can allow you to reduce office size.
The paperless office isn’t a new concept. In fact, for most of us, its been around our entire careers.
The idea of a paperless office was originally created as a marketing message intended to describe the office of the future. It was expedited through ads for items like the 1964 IBM2260 video display computer terminal, and through articles written in top magazines like Business Week.