The tech headaches of working from home and how to remedy them


Working from home because of the coronavirus pandemic may sound like a luxury. Freedom to cook lunch. Time to do laundry between tasks. Respite from that loquacious co-worker.

Then reality sets in. Your Wi-Fi slows down to a crawl, the new software tools you work with are confusing and your computer mouse is a piece of junk. Without an IT department, you are on your own with your tech problems. Our most common work-from-home tech issues are the ones that slow down our productivity: unreliable internet connections, low-quality.

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