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Productivity Gadgets for a Remote Work Setup [Video]

Productivity Gadgets for a Remote Work SetupHey guys! In today’s video, we’re going to be talking about the best productivity gadgets for a remote work setup. With so many people working from home these days, it’s important to have the right tools to make the most of your time and increase efficiency.[Body]Starting off with one of the most essential gadgets for remote work, a good quality laptop is a must. The laptop should be fast, lightweight, and easy to carry around. A laptop with a good battery life is also important, so you can work for extended periods without having to worry about charging.Next up, a good set of headphones can help you concentrate and avoid distractions when working from home. Wireless noise-cancelling headphones are especially useful as they allow you to work without being disturbed by external noise.A separate keyboard and mouse can also help increase your productivity when working from home. Using a separate keyboard and mouse can help reduce the strain on your hands and arms, making it easier to work for longer periods of tim

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Architecting the Enterprise for Remote Work, Remote Offices and Cloud Data [Video]

Remote work is arguably great for workers and good for organizational and individual productivity. What’s inarguable, however, is that remote work makes the job of securing and managing the workforce and data all the more challenging.In this Expert Series session, an IT architecture expert will take a look at how we got to our current state with remote work and what the landscape of workforce management and security looks like today.Our expert will lead us through an exploration of the ideal architectures for endpoint management, data, and cloud security for a remote work environment. Join in this Expert Series discussion to learn more about hot insights and trends, innovative solutions, and gain some practical steps to enhance your organization’s remote or hybrid workplace environment.

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How does remote working affect productivity? [Video]

Studies shows that 77% of remote workers say they’re more productive when working from home, with 30% doing more work in less time and 24% doing more work in the same period of time.How is this possible? Here are our top 3 reasons why productivity increases when working remotely.1. More travel, we can use our extra time for healthy practices, like travel and exercise. As we know, physical activity is closely correlated with decreased stress and anxiety, increased productivity, and the overall maintenance of good mental health.2. There’s no commute: Commuting to and from work robs an average of 10 or more hours a week. But by not having to commute, we can sleep longer hours and experience less stress, which contributes to better productivity.3. Better work-life balance: By being able to spend more time with each other, without having to go through the hell of end-of-day traffic, and more travel, we have a better work-life balance. It gives us less stress and anxiety, more joyful disposition and productivity, and more time for hobbies that we love.#shorts #saintsonsail #2023 #RemoteWorkers #RemoteWork #WorkingRemotely #BusinessEntrepreneurs #SideHustleIdeas #HobbiesIntoBusiness #Entrepreneurs #FutureOfRemoteWork #WorkFromAnywhere

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Results of Our Global Trends Return-to-Office Survey [Video]

While companies push to return to their offices, employees would rather stay at home, according to a new global survey from Insider.

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Top tips on productivity from Waikato alumnus Tom O’Neil [Video]

Waikato Alumnus and Careers Coach, Tom O’Neil, shares his top tips for staying productive while continuing to work from home. For more tips visit www.cv.co.nz Learn more about our University of Waikato Alumni community www.waikato.ac.nz/alumniViews are that of the speaker.

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Work life balance in US [Video]

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