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Work From Home: 20 Tech Tips

Reduce Office Clutter: Go wireless.

If your home office is a tangle of cords and cables, you’re living in the Dark Ages. The newest printers and scanners are wireless, meaning you won’t have to trip to find your desk.

For a simplified space, use an all-in-one machine, like the Canon PIXMA MX870, a Wi-Fi-enabled printer and scanner. Even nearby smartphones and other devices can send documents and photos to the printer. Wireless printers are especially handy for families. Store the device in a common area so that others can print without disturbing you during work hours.

HP’s new web-connected printers are also a smart choice for the home office. If you have ideas on-the-go or work from other places, simply email the printer your documents. Printed copies will await you at home. 

  • killerclick
    Nice... but too bad I'll soon have a Skyrim icon on my desktop. I don't suppose there's a program to block that?
  • I was just surfing for a To Do List App yesterday. Good timing! Thank you.
  • tomate2
    Some people may not even made a jump from Hotmail... Windows Live also have a calendar for those who use Hotmail... Don't use it very much, but I think its a pretty capable online calendar as well...
  • Really interesting article. Timers and self-restraint applications may be entering into my everyday quite soon.
  • archange
    So, were there 20 or 21 tips? :)
  • andywork78
    Evernote is great tool for followup.
    I use this tool for long time.
    Evernote for just take note down?
    You fail~ lol