How to improve your work-from-home setup
(NC) With so many of us working from home, we’re walking the work-family tightrope trying to balance it all. After all, a traditional office is a very different workspace compared to your home, with fewer distractions and important productivity features such as a second monitor.
Research suggests that using dual monitors can boost productivity by 20 to 30 per cent. What if you could experience that same productivity improvement on your mobile device, essentially creating an “office to go?”
Fortunately, now you can. With the introduction of the dual-screen mobile devices, such as the LG V60, you can multi-task like never before. Bring your dual-screen device along to the cottage or on that trip to the park with your kids to make it your outdoor office – review documents on one screen and send your feedback in an email on the other. Or, take a video conference on one screen and notes on the other.
“A dual-screen mobile device offers a lot of flexibility for its user,” explains Varun Kalia, head of mobile communications at LG Electronics Canada. “It’s a relatively new format for smartphones, but once you use two screens, you’ll never go back to just one.”
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