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In the digital age, it becomes easier and easier to build your business with virtual toolkits filled with software and apps that can help your small business function like big business.

But at the same time, we know that the same technology can change in the blink of an eye and unveil a whole new toolbox of resources that can grow your business.

With 63 million Americans telecommuting by 2016 (Global Workplace), it makes sense to evaluate if your own business is providing the necessary technology to keep current employees happy and prospective employees knocking as the typical workday shifts from office to home.


Today’s article is a guest post from legal blogger Matt Faustman.

While we still haven’t seen those flying cars that we were promised so many decades ago, the fact remains that many aspects of modern life continue to change in ways that seem downright futuristic. The same is true for the contemporary workplace, which looks much different from the same space even ten years ago. From telecommuting to ergonomics, the workplace of the future has new goals and new designs. Read on to learn more about how small business owners can keep pace with the developments of the workplace of the future.



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