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DEFINITION: A telecenter (US spelling) or telecentre (UK spelling) is a work location usually in a different place than the organization's main office that provides convenient occasional access for telecommuting to work equipment that they don't have at home or on the road. For example, a home telecommuter might need to print and reproduce printed copies of a document occasionally using a high-speed printer not  … 
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TELECOMMUTING DEFINITION (continued): … A telecenter (US spelling) or telecentre (UK spelling) is a work location usually in a different place than the organization's main office that provides convenient occasional access for telecommuting to work equipment that they don't have at home or on the road. For example, a home telecommuter might need to print and reproduce printed copies of a document occasionally using a high-speed printer not available at home. Or a mobile worker might occasionally check the telecenter for fax mail or to send a fax. A telecenter could also have teleconference facilities.
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