Hello to all: I am new to this site and I'm hoping for some helpful advice on how to make a successful transition from an on-site office situation to a remote, home office. I have been working in an illustration studio for two years and I will soon be moving. Graciously, my employer has agreed to keep me with the company and allow a remote office from my new home. All of our work and client correspondence is digital, so that should be no problem. My only concern is that I want my physical absence to have as little impact on my co-workers as possible. It is a small company (~20 people). Making others scan and email me something that I used to be able to simply walk over and collect may cause some frustration. This is a difficult problem to solve, but I would certainly welcome any advice on how to prevent your physical absence from becoming a burden to others. I accept that I will rely on my coworkers to spend some time transmitting materials to me, but how can I keep this as easy for them as possible? Many thanks!