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Ten Ways to Break Free from Your Office (or Just Bring it With You)

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    This can be done in numerous ways -- from auto replies on any channel that people contact you (email, phone, instant messaging...) to shared calendars to announcements on company portals. Most of your contacts need that information. They may not be happy that they can't get hold of you, but if they know that you're not available and for how long, somehow they always seem to be able to adapt.

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Ten Ways to Break Free from Your Office (or Just Bring it With You)

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    This can be done in numerous ways -- from auto replies on any channel that people contact you (email, phone, instant messaging...) to shared calendars to announcements on company portals. Most of your contacts need that information. They may not be happy that they can't get hold of you, but if they know that you're not available and for how long, somehow they always seem to be able to adapt.

Are you chained to your desk? Do you worry that there will be total meltdown if you spend any substantial time away from your office? Can you attend that conference next month? What about an on-site visit to a customer? What if you are snowed in at home? If you cannot completely break free from the office, bring it with you. Carlos Pardo, CEO of CapApex -- an enterprise software consulting firm -- offers 10 ways to break free from your office but continue work as usual.