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BUILDING1: The personal side of working from home

BUILDING1: The personal side of working from home

As a family, we are trying to figure out how to all work – schoolwork and professional work – in the same place. Adjustments are a daily ritual. There is no sugar coat for this experience. It is hard and I am proud of my family for recognizing T.I.N.A. – There Is No Alternative.

BUILDING1: The work-office balance

BUILDING1: The work-office balance

After months of firsthand experience, widespread adoption and improved technologies to facilitate the dispersed work-force model, there is still little consensus on how companies will office in the future – both near and long term. 

DUALBOOT PARTNERS: 7 ways we build trusting relationships

DUALBOOT PARTNERS: 7 ways we build trusting relationships

Technology can be one of the most important parts of your business. It can constitute one of your most substantial investments. And if it fails, it can cost you credibility with your customers, your investors and your team.

VACO: Fostering innovation during a crisis

VACO: Fostering innovation during a crisis

Successful navigation of a crisis comes from understanding that opportunity can be found at every step in the journey, including the closing of a door.

DUALBOOT PARTNERS: The Carolina’s tech problem

DUALBOOT PARTNERS: The Carolina’s tech problem

Companies in North Carolina are clamoring for software developers, computer systems engineers and architects, computer systems analysts, computer user support specialists, and network and computer systems administrators.

BUILDING1: Employees miss the community

BUILDING1: Employees miss the community

According to Gensler’s Work-From-Home Survey, only 12 percent of respondents want to make WFH permanent. Many employees, it seems, would prefer a blended model of work-from-home and work-in-office.

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