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Outlook 2013: Region looks to capitalize on growth in teleworking

 Elliott Masie, right, of the Masie Center, is an expert on working from remote locations like homes and coffee shops.
Here at Uncommon Grounds in Saratoga Springs, he shows how a "Beats pill" mini stereo speaker system works with bluetooth technology with Clark Brink at left.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Elliott Masie, right, of the Masie Center, is an expert on working from remote locations like homes and coffee shops. Here at Uncommon Grounds in Saratoga Springs, he shows how a "Beats pill" mini stereo speaker system works with bluetooth technology with Clark Brink at left.
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Elliott Masie often starts his workday at the Uncommon Grounds coffee shop on Broadway, working from his laptop and phone before heading to his formal office a few blocks away. Whether they work in coffee shops, hotels or at home, a growing number of workers are like Masie, founder of The Masie Center technology consultants — doing more of their work away from a traditional office. The phenomena is called “telework” or “telecommuting.” Even employees ...


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