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hoteling

Using office space on an as-needed basis like a hotel room. Telecommuters reserve office space ahead of time for trips to the office. See hot desking, virtual company and telecommuter.
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Prior to the advent of hoteling, the firm's requirement for space would likely have been close to 1 million.
Instead, we are advising our clients to build greater flexibility in to their portfolios by pursuing alternative solutions such as hoteling, outsourcing, and work at home.
Cala Corporation, a cruise line operator based in Titusville, Florida, has plans to build three cruise ships equipped with fuel cells, says CEO Joseph Call The fuel cells will provide hoteling power for electricity as well as power at low speeds (under 8 knots).
Whether we have rooms designated or not for hoteling, people are working in conference rooms or someone else's desk or break rooms rather than the individualized office.
ADC's Digivance system provides network coverage with significant cost savings through a technique known as "Base-Station Hoteling.
Providing alternative office solutions that represent a 100 percent hoteling response creates unique challenges," says John Crosby, project architect and interior designer for HGA.
If technologically "smart" buildings, the rise the road warrior, and the weed-like spread of workplace hoteling have changed the face - and function - of the office, then the smart yacht is bound to bring a sea change, too.
The workplace specialist can help optimise space usage by the recommendation of particular working practices, including hot desking, where desks are free to be used on a first-come first served basis and hoteling, a reservation system that allows staff to book workstations, or meeting rooms remotely.
Maybe the office should be a combination of a permanent physical space and a virtual space--in other words, a work place that provides total flexibility, where it's possible to support telecommuting, hoteling (where multiple staffers share a desk and office) and the conventional office where workers congregate.
Beyond session contributions, Officescape plans to showcase its proven telework solutions platform which includes popular Telesecure Computing and Telesecure Voice offerings, Office Hoteling software and other aspects of telework management and reporting.
After completing his studies Khan got into the hoteling business and then later shifted into real estate.