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Life Work Balance

ChannelE2E provides news on work-life balance for tech entrepreneurs, CSPs, MSPs, VARs, ISVs, IT distributors & technology partners in the IT channel.

Remote Work: Four Next Steps for Your Business

Avanade offers four recommendations and considerations for facilitating and deploying successful remote workforce solutions.

Work From Home… Effectively

With so many people now forced to work from home, here are some tips from MJ Shoer that have served him well as a work from home professional.

Compensation Survey: Women In Tech Industry Still Experiencing Inequality

The gender pay gap remains an issue for many women in the technology industry, according to a recent survey from IT solutions provider Ivanti.

Small Business Job Satisfaction: SMB Employees Want This…

Simplified technology provisioning could improve SMB job satisfaction, Lenovo small business survey and research finds.

Dispatches From Mexico: Life’s A Beach

I recently picked up shop and moved to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. And…

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I Actually Still Feel Pretty Safe Here

I got robbed. The incident has hung over me though. But not necessarily in the way that you might expect.

Dispatches From Mexico City: It’s Christmastime Again!

Here in Mexico City, people are buying ponche — a hot Christmas punch — by the bowl-full…

Dispatches From Mexico City: The Mayan Riviera – Part 1

It’s hard to believe that in the three years I’ve lived in Mexico I never got behind the wheel of a car. But that all changed a few weeks ago. After a pretty crazy few months I decided I needed a break and booked myself a “working vacation” in Playa Del Carmen. I have a […]

Dispatches From Mexico: The Big Pop Show

My friend Roberto called me. Someone he knew was looking for a banjo player for a big pop show. Hey, I’m a banjo player…

Dispatches From Mexico City: Time To Face The Changes

Change is a funny thing. It can be good or bad, but either way it’s unforgiving. Once things have changed it’s very difficult to go back to the way they were.