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The Changing Face of Work (and Play)

A few weeks ago, I wrote that the proliferation of mobile phones, PDAs, BlackBerry devices, and the like was blurring the line between consumer and enterprise purchase and application of technology. After all, very few people have a mobile phone for home use and another for business use. A lot of folks put BlackBerry devices to work on their corporate email without the intervention of an enterpris......

Full article >>> -tell. Schedule a dentist appointment mid-afternoon. Spend Thursday mornings helping an elderly parent. Certainly, work schedules will need accommodating, and so, too, will vacations, errands, kids, and partners. There's no time clock. The only watch you're on is your own.

Always On People are changing the nature of the workplace. Because you can be connected and productive from almost a......

Full article >>> rooms to desktops to the palm of your hand. It's big stuff to think about, and I invite your input. How is being Always On changed the way you work and play? Drop me a note at chris@cshipley.com.

Are you Always On? Take this week's Three Question Survey and tell us how your work and play patterns are changing. You'll find the survey at

Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 08/26/03


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