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Is Your Work Space Productive? Business Articles | January 16
, 2012
Whether you work in an office, cubicle, or your favorite coffee shop, your environment influences your productivity. This article from Kevin Eikenberry offers some questions to consider about your work space and some suggestions you can implement to make your work environment as productive as possible.

Creating a Work Space That Promotes Your Productivity

Everyone reading these words has a place where they work. And most of you have a place where you work best. The goal of this article is to help you make sure those places are the same.


As a business owner
, I have more degrees of freedom to consciously create a space that works for myself and my team (here`s a piece that talks about why our offices are in a house and why we call it Remarkable House).


So, if you work in a cubicle or office provided by your employer, you might think you can dismiss this article and move on to something else.


Don`t.


All of the questions and advice below applies to you regardless of your working situation. And, as more work becomes more virtual and more fluid
, people have more and more control on their working environment.

Questions to Consider

To get you thinking about the linkage between location and productivity, let`s start with some questions. Get out you notepad or your journal and answer these questions on paper. The answers are important enough for you to invest time in thinking on paper.


In what situationsspacesenvironments do you feel most personally productive?


If your current working location isn`t in this list, what keeps it from making that list?


What kind of space do you seek out if you can work wherever you wish?


How much of your time do you work in places where you feel productive?


What could you do immediately (in less than a week) to improve or change your environment, based on your answers to these questions?

Your Now Steps

Time spent thinking about those questions is important. Taking action on your answers is more important. Here are some steps to take
, based on your answers above.

Recognize how important your working environment is to your productivity. It isn`t just a nice to have, it is critical. As a working professional, your productivity is a big part of what you offer to your company. Make sure you are allowing yourself to bring your best self. Use any flexibility you have in where you work to your advantage. Use your answers to the questions above ? don`t just go to a coffee shop because that is where everyone else goes or to the nearest place that happens to have wi-fi. Think about how different kinds of work might be work better in different environments, and be willing to alter your location or environment
, based on the work needs. Think ergonomic. If you haven`t thought about desk space, chair heights, and computer positioning, include them in your thinking. A small adjustment here could make a big difference. Think emotional. What could you add or change to your environment to connect you to other important parts of your life beyond work? A picture could go a long way
, further than you might imagine. Get creative. As I said at the start of the article, be open-minded about this. Perhaps the changes you can make to your space are limited, but what changes can you make? Challenge assumptions. Talk to your manager about the options for changing your working environment. If you come to them with a plan and reasons why you want to make adjustments (your answers to the questions above will likely be pretty impressive and persuasive), you might be surprised what you could do to change your space or have flexibility to work from different locations
, etc. A Final Thought About Remote Work

If you work virtually, asking yourself these questions, and taking these actions is vitally important to your success. In fact, taking your working environment seriously could be the most important thing you do to improve your results
, both emotionally and financially.


And to everyone: underestimate this at your own peril.


VPS: How to Overcome the SFTP User per cPanel Limitation? Computers Articles | November 4, 2015

A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual machine sold as a service by an Internet hosting service. A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system, and customers have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that OS. For many purposes they are functionally equivalent to a dedicated physical server
, and being software defined are able to be much more easily created and configured.



They are priced much lower than an equivalent physical server, but as they share the underlying physical hardware with other VPSs, performance may be lower, and may depend on the workload of other instances on the same hardware node.


The Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a computing network protocol for accessing and managing files on remote file systems. SFTP also allows file transfers between hosts
, similar to the SCP protocol.


cPanel is a Linux based web hosting control panel that provides a graphical interface and automation tools designed to simplify the process of hosting a web site.


Now we discuss “VPS: how to overcome the SFTP user per cPanel limitation”.


VPS: how to overcome the 1 SFTP user per cPanel limitation??????????????


I have a VPS and am beefing up security in every way possible. One way is to convert all FTP access to SFTP access on my server. However, I don't need (or want to have) to create a new cPanel for every website. I just need all FTP users to be using SFTP. Unf.
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