The primary goal for desktop virtualization is a noble one: to reduce total cost of ownership while enhancing security and increasing business agility without compromising the quality of the user experience.
I really do love my home office. I love the commute up the stairs. I love the all the little things that make it 'my little productivity cave.' I love my kids too of course but when they are home from school for a day or even a week..as they are this week, I rely on the strategies I have developed over time. My hope for today's blog post is that you will help me expand my tool set.
Five Strategies for Remaining Productive
5. "Daddy's on a Conference Call" - now this can work in the office too - it requires training over a time period that will fluctuate depending on how old your kids are (same for the office too by the way). It really helps to have a visual indicator - I just leave my headset on all day and if one of them comes in, I sit up straight, tighten up my face a bit (its a stressful call for Daddy) and often hold up a single 'shush' finger. Bonus point - don't ever look them in the eye...your just inviting a 'quick question.'
Our recent coverage of the Borderless Technology launch (Episode 78 'Optimizing Application Velocity') included an update on the new family of ASR's. It prompted a visit to the way-back machine when we hosted the man credited with developed the proc - Michael Beesley. Its a fun, technical review you can watch below.