I came across another short piece about how cloud computing is affecting the physical working space. The article quotes Intel's Steve Brown saying that people are still greatly migrating towards cities, but at the same time their physical location has less and less bearing on working practices.
Cloud computing is influencing a "new generation" of workers, who in turn are influencing cloud computing.
It's a short piece and is more a reminder of what has been said than it is a new revelation, but does continue to point to all the ways not just work practices are changing, but attitudes towards work as well. This work activity can be done form almost anywhere: the worker has more and more control over his own working conditions.
Plus, I am still curious to see the changing effects on worker engagement.