In Pictures: 10 great work tools we can't live without

The promise of consumerisation is workers choosing their own tools to get the job done. Here are our favorites.

Skype plus Bing Rewards

I gave up my landline phone a while back. To compensate, I use Skype for free, even to make calls to mobile or landline phones. That's because I've signed up for Bing Rewards and default to Bing when searching. I use search a lot for work and so my Rewards points add up. Since 100 points gets me an hour of Skype calls, I seldom pay to use it. The combination of Skype, Bing Rewards, and my mobile phone turns out to be a great, low-cost way to make all my phone calls.

--Nancy Gohring

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