Five Ways to Use Mobile Broadband for Telecommuting

Getting work done used to mean waking up, putting on some fresh office clothes, fixing a coffee or a breakfast meal, and then readying oneself for a considerable commute. No matter where workers were coming from, the assumption was that at least a half-hour was going to be spent in a subway car, crowded into a city bus, or sitting in traffic behind the wheel of an automobile. And even those who have made the leap to green commuting, riding bicycles or even walking, understand that sometimes when the weather is terrible and one's mood is even worse, the idea of getting out of bed and putting on pants seems everything but appealing.