Articles about Telework
IP Australia has been allowing staff to work remotely for eight years, and believes it is the best way to retain skilled employees.
In this ZDNet Google Hangout, we examine what needs to be done to drive business uptake of teleworking practices.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has said that the government has adapted to using TelePresence in times of crisis, such as the Japanese tsunami in 2011.
The Australian government has set a goal to get 12 percent of public servants working from home at least one day per week by 2020.
Intel has predicted that offices will become "temporary anchor points" rather than the home base for teleworkers across the globe.
The Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry is looking to deploy Windows 8 next year on desktops and tablet devices.
The Federal Government will look at expanding the number of its telepresence sites across the country, as use of the service by state and Commonwealth offices is approaching capacity.
Infrastructure NSW' 2032 strategy has indicated that teleworking, e-ticketing, and digital classrooms will play a large role in the future of the state.
Are you a remote worker, or part of a distributed team? A look at the pitfalls of telecommuting.
Do our businesses really need to be in the CBD, taking up so much valuable office space, when so much of the workforce could be offloaded to the cheaper countryside and suburbia and simply telecommute?