There’s a strike that’s possibly going to take place on a larger scale (right now it’s limited) in New York City. For those businesses that have retail, in person, businesses, things are going to be tough. But for the many service industry businesses, working remotely with customers, partners and employees is a piece of cake.
Having a cell phone, powerful computer and access to your company’s server is about all you need.
In addition, offerings from WebEx One (virtual office), Quick Books Online (remote accounting) and other offerings make working remotely not only doable but easy and fun.
Use Skype to save on phone calls – via the ‘net.
Before you go home make sure you install LogMein, GotomyPC, LapLink or something else on your PC to remotely access it.
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