A start-up employee in Indiana telecommutes to work in California by using a robot body stationed at his office. Meet the Texas Robot from Willow Garage.
Tech executives are confident that the sector will rebound this year, according to a survey, with 31 percent planning to hire more workers.
Most companies still resist the idea but Internet attorney Eric J. Sinrod says technology advances make this a no-brainer.
With the growth of technology, almost two of every five employed adults work from home at least one day a month, according to the Consumer Electronics Association.
It's nice to see the Obama administration recognizes the scope of cybersecurity issues and is willing to fund efforts to address these problems, says analyst Jon Oltsik.
Representatives from the information technology sector urge lawmakers on Capitol Hill to integrate IT policies into energy and economic legislation.
Telecommuting can help prevent both workers and natural resources from burning out, says the American Electronics Association.
Reactive, bureaucratic, and authoritarian management harms employee morale and health, according to research by management-services firm.
House of Representatives panel chairman says peer-to-peer networks pose a "national security threat," new laws needed.
The Patent Office is on the right track with plan to reimburse employees for high-speed Net access, says attorney Eric Sinrod.