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JenniferJohnson296-CM255-Unit4- Telecommuting

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Telecommuting 1 Running head: TELECOMMUTING Telecommuting Jennifer Johnson Kaplan University CM225-03 Susan Schmit August 24, 2010
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Telecommuting 2 Telecommuting Telecommuting is working from a remote location using computers, telephones, fax machines, and other remote capabilities, rather than commuting via automobile or other mode of transportation to and from an employer's work site to perform equivalent work. Advancements in technologies over the last twenty year have made telecommunication more secure and reliable. Telecommuting gives flexibility to employers, employees and customers. Some of the technologies available to companies are teleconferencing, videoconferencing, remote connection to networks, computer conferencing, and these all make it easy for employers to keep connected with employees all over the world (Kirk & Belovics, 2006). A Virtual Private Networks (VPN) supplies network connectivity over a possibly long physical distance. In this respect, a VPN is a form of Wide Area Network (WAN). VPNs enable file sharing, video conferencing and similar network services. Through the VPN, the employee is
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