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January 29, 2012 12:00 AM

Technology allows workers to stay connected to the office 24/7

When Lucas Shaffer bought his iPad, he was only thinking about playing games. “It started out as a personal device,” Shaffer said. “I wanted to be able to be entertained by Angry Birds.” That changed when he started taking it to meetings with clients and staff at his small business, Stand and Stretch. There was an immediate “cool factor,” he said.

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