Miscellaneous 1996

In practice : Cyberspace dinosaurs

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Jul 1996

This article summarises a speech recently held at an annual meeting where the Commissioner, Michael Carmody, addressed the audience and pictured for them a scenario of an employee coming home and realising that a lot of work still needed to be done because it was the 31st of the month. But she was not fazed because she had her laptop with her and was able to connect her computer back to the office and so was able to complete her work while husband started dinner. This story illustrated the way we may all be working in a few years time.

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