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The Business Case for Web Commuting

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Today’s workforce is increasingly mobile. In some instances, mobility may have simply resulted from evolving work styles and a corporate culture to “do whatever it takes to serve the customer.” ...

Today’s workforce is increasingly mobile. In some instances, mobility may have simply resulted from evolving work styles and a corporate culture to “do whatever it takes to serve the customer.” For many organizations, workplace strategies and structured Web commuting plans are being developed around mobilizing employees to accomplish two important objectives: 1) reduce workplace costs and 2) increase workforce performance.

The challenge for the business enterprise is in creating the appropriate infrastructure—technology, security, policies, behavioral protocols, performance management, etc. — to best support the distributed workforce in how where and when they perform their jobs. It may seem a daunting task, but it is well worth the effort. With a strong business framework for Web commuting, the company can benefit from both cost savings and the maximum level of employee productivity.

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