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It used to be a common and simple question to ask “where do you work?” — but not anymore.

These days “where” you work really has little significance to “what” you do. Increasingly, each of us faces no boundaries, whether they are geographic, physical or time-related. It’s life in the connected era and, quite frankly, it’s a lot more fun.

Today’s laptop is often our place of business and the location might be the local Starbucks coffee shop,your work space at the office or even your family room at home. Our mobile devices define how efficiently we can work. Bandwidth trumps office space. Conference rooms aren’t where we get most of our work done. We often can’t get anything done in the office because of distractions — being far more efficient getting away from the office and wireless access allows people to do that. We’re all becoming digital nomads. And nomads want to know how to use their technology in the most productive way every day.

Text by Bruce Eric Anderson