The mobile revolution along with cloud technology has changed the definition of an office, transforming it from a location-based entity into a virtual office with mobile workforce. According to IDC, the US mobile workforce population amounted to 96.2 million in 2015. It is expected to touch 105.4 million by 2020. Strategy Analytics firm reports that […]
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If you work remotely, there’s no shortage of tools you might need to get the job done—whether you’re working from your couch or the coffee shop on the corner. In fact, I’m sure you’ve read lists upon lists of the best tools for remote workers across the web. (Guilty as charged—we even wrote a post […]
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Do you have senioritis at the end of the year, getting antsy to get out of the office for a few days to disconnect from work and connect with family and friends? I know I do. I also know that the second I check my phone when I’m home for the holidays, there will be […]
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You and I both know that work doesn’t always end when you walk away from your desk. If you’re anything like me, you have remote access to your files on your phone and at least a work and a personal email set up on your phone as well. It’s hard to walk away—but while we’re […]
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I recently returned from trips to Sydney, Singapore, Tokyo, Taipei, and Berlin to demonstrate Parallels Desktop 11 to the press, to partners, and others. (Other Parallels colleagues travelled to many other locations including New York, Washington D.C., San Francisco, London, Munich, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Seoul.) A worldwide, simultaneous launch of a new version of […]
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When I talk to people about my split schedule and how I work from home a few days a week, the first word out of their mouths is usually “Lucky!” or “Do you wear your pajamas all day?” (I will admit to taking my fair share of meetings in pajamas). Working from home now and […]
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The smartphone revolution has significantly affected IT networks and software market shares. While Windows applications lead the software market, Android is quickly taking over the mobile market. According to NetMarketShare, the Windows Desktop OS market share is more than 80% while Android market stands at 28% for all versions. Looking at these numbers, it is […]
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We’ve all had those days where you’d rather work from your neighborhood coffee shop (or, you know, a tropical paradise) than your desk. And, thanks to tech like Parallels Access, it can be pretty easy to set up a remote office that actually works. (All you really need are these resources.) So, given the choice, […]
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If you’re not careful, working remotely can sometimes lead to an unhealthy work-life balance. No one wants that! Here are five ways to stay sane when working remotely, but still power through each work day with major productivity: Take breaks. Go ahead and click on that Buzzfeed article. Science has proven that taking regular brain breaks […]
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Simple: if you’ll do whatever it takes. Kevin (the guy standing in the photo below with the “I’m head over heels” grin) knows the answer! He works in the Parallels Creative Services department in Renton, Washington in the US. How does Kevin know when it’s love? Well, he recently met Stephanie who is from Germany. Cupid’s […]
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