While mobile office equipment like laptops and smart phones have long been essential for business travel, it’s tablets and Ultrabooks that dominate today’s airport lounges and train stations. It’s no wonder: these devices are light and slim, yet they’re really a complete mobile office, doing just as much as any desktop or bulkier laptop, whether […]
Information On Mobile Ergonomics
In today's world most of us don't have a choice but to work while travelling at least part of the time. But that doesn't mean that while we are typing away on our keyboard that it has to be uncomfortable and awkward. Mobile ergonomics (the idea that comfort and portability can mean the very same thing) allows us to be productive and healthy while working on the road.
Learn more through these great articles.
From the biggest businesses to the smallest, the way we work has radically changed. While we may work just as long as ever before, no longer does that work have to happen in an office or at a desk. With smartphones, tablets, laptops and a WiFi connection or at least 3G service, work can and […]
From big presentations to getting to the airport on time, traveling for work can create quite a lot of stress. But being on the road doesn’t have to mean putting all of your other projects on the backburner, sacrificing your home comforts or collapsing from exhaustion. With a little forethought, there’s a lot you can […]
Good news for all of you kindle readers and tablet users out there! The FAA announced a decidedly un-spooky and long overdue change of policy on Halloween, allowing the use of most electronic devices throughout flight. While e-Readers, tablets and laptops will still need to be stowed during landing and takeoff so that they don’t […]
For workers who spend a fair percentage of their time traveling, cars aren’t just boxes of metal that move from place to place. In fact, they’re mini mobile workspaces — a great place for making calls and typing up a presentation (while parked, of course). But just because they’re convenient, doesn’t mean the car is […]
So far in our October Mobile Ergonomics series, we’ve looked at ways to work from your hotel room, a coffee shop and an airplane. Today, we move to the great outdoors, where you can combine productivity with a good dose of sunshine (or chilling winds, as the case may be). A great option for killing […]
For freelancers, contractors and business travelers, the local coffee shop has become more than just a great place to hang out and sip coffee. It’s become a workplace… a de facto office park where essential business takes place. However, to ensure that your time in the coffee shop is both productive and comfortable, it’s important […]
The Goldtouch Bluetooth Mini Keyboard Let’s face it. You get your best work done on the go. This is true whether you’re sitting in an airport lounge or waiting for soccer practice to finish. But typing on tiny smartphone and tablet screens can cramp your fingers and your productivity. That’s why we’re so excited about […]
From long flights to even longer meetings, business travel can be wearing. Add to that a near constant parade of coffee, lunch and dinner dates, and it’s a wonder any business person manages to tackle much of their everyday workload while they’re away. But working on the road doesn’t have to put a dent in […]
Mobile Devices Not So Great for Mobility Tablets and smartphones may be “mobile” devices but, once placed on a desk they don’t tend to move for hours on end—and nor do the people using them. In fact, whether you’re typing up an email, drafting a document or putting together a presentation, mobile devices not only […]