A virtual meeting, or an in-person meeting, doesn’t have to be this way, but it takes a strong leader who is good at running meetings. I’ve seen a few in action, and man it’s totally different, but it is a skill that is sorely lacking in the business world.
Sarah’s post has some good info, but this is just unbelievable… “The Washington Post further reported that FCPS’s issues, in part, resulted from FCPS’s failure to apply software updates for nearly two years and refusal to migrate to more advanced … Continued
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I know there have been a bunch of layoffs around every industry. I know people professionally, and personally, who have suddenly found themselves out of work, because of layoffs, furloughs, or a company simply closing up shop as a result … Continued
I haven’t seen a lot of what John refers to below, but I can believe it. “The device has to be able to “see” you and “hear” you. Your office machine can’t do that if you are working from home. … Continued
E-Discovery Needs to Catch Up With the Times, Remote Work Court rules that reasonable expectation of privacy exists in social media users’ internet browsing data Futurelawyer: Zoom Meetings Are Very Secure…Top Ten Ways To Make Them So. “Take some personal … Continued
What I really like about Eric’s article is that it’s written from the experience of someone, like me, who has worked remotely for years. Because right now I’m seeing so many articles talk about how awful working from home is, … Continued