Some companies promote social interaction between their remote workers by throwing mobile office parties. (Photo: Getty)

How does an employer keep mobile workers engaged? A new report by Prysm Inc. has a few suggestions.

The company, which creates cloud-based visual workplaces designed for remote teamwork, says that the greatest obstacles to mobile work are time zone differences, lack of proper communication tools, isolation and social barriers, a lack of access to key information and expertise and the misuse of technology.

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