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Basic home office hacks: 8 things you need to elevate your workspace

Added 06-27-22 10:10:03am EST - “We've got some 101-level tips on essential gear for your home office.” - Arstechnica.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Arstechnica.com: “Basic home office hacks: 8 things you need to elevate your workspace”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Home offices have gotten a lot of attention over the last couple of years. When offices all over the world shut down at the beginning of the pandemic, we were all reminded how important it is to have a consistent, comfortable workspace with all the tools and tech you need to work successfully. But what's next?

If you hastily created your home office during the pandemic, there are likely some luxuries you overlooked (or weren't able to find in stock). If you've shifted to hybrid working, where you sometimes work remotely and sometimes go to an office, some home office upgrades could help ensure you're always productive, regardless of where you're working from. Long-standing home offices, meanwhile, also deserve some fresh hacks to keep up with your evolving needs.

If you're ready to graduate to the next level of home office-ing, take a look at these eight pieces of tech we recommend for elevating your workspace. Today we're focusing on general ideas rather than specific products.

Deciding whether to rent or own is often a complex decision, but it's simpler when it comes to your home router. If you have a permanent home office, it makes sense to buy your own router. You'll save money over the long term, and you'll actually own the hardware rather than paying monthly fees to your Internet service provider to borrow one. Buying your own means you'll no longer be able to rely on your ISP to help with hardware issues, however.

When you invest in your own Wi-Fi router, you take control over the features you get. Make sure to get a router equipped to handle your max speeds and one with the bandwidth to support the computers, smartphones, tablets, smart bulbs, and everything else tapping into your home's Wi-Fi network.

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