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To ensure this alternative work environment remains secure, companies are expanding the use of virtual private networks which provides secure tunnels over the Internet between remote sites and the home offices or an alternative recovery sites.
Through these associations, Sue may be able to (a) broaden her understanding of her profession, (b) learn how others have coped with her current difficulty, (c) become aware of alternative work environments that are not as restrictive as her current workplace, and (d) gain the support and mentoring of other women who are divorce mediators.
This disparity has become increasingly significant as companies continue to expand their offices, and more and more people choose an alternative work environment.
AT&T's exhibit will demonstrate how the growing ranks of people in alternative work environments can be more efficient, productive and successful.
7 billion pounds of pollutants annually * Fitting the Profile: To telework effectively, candidates identified the following requirements - communicating via e-mail and phone, remote access to an organization's IT infrastructure, a safe alternative work environment, and the ability to control one's schedule to a significant degree "The Federal government has been slow to adopt telework," said Joel Brunson, president, TANDBERG Federal.