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What's The Right Equipment For The Mobile Workforce?

In case you hadn't noticed, mobile technology is in the office and it's here to stay. About 60 percent of the world's administrative professionals say they don't need to be in the office to be productive, according to a survey by social contact manager Gist. A third of all administrative professionals use more than one mobile device to do their jobs, and about the same portion say they're at their most productive when they're using mobile tools to work from home.

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5 Cloud Tools To Boost Productivity

Technology and the economy have turned modern offices into a circus of demands. The professionals who staff these offices are expected to juggle a wide range of tasks for co-workers, clients, managers, executives and contractors. Fortunately, the very technology that stokes this stress can also bring some order.

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Get Your Head In The Virtual Clouds

Two interesting trends have started to emerge among administrative professionals. The first is an increase in the number of administrative professionals who are now working on a freelance basis, either by choice or due to the economy.

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Clear the Attic When Office Tech Overwhelms

Last week, I posted about The Energy Project CEO Tony Schwartz's call for office workers to increase productivity and satisfaction by focusing on one task at a time and giving themselves periods of real renewal. Schwartz's article is brilliant, but lacks specifics.

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