The model of an anytime anywhere workforce changing the landscape of business today is made possible by nomadic computing technologies, eg. mobile and wireless technologies. This research presents the concept of nomadic culture and examines a framework that describes the components of this new, emerging culture underlying anytime anywhere work. The effect of organizational support for nomadic behaviors, a part of nomadic culture, on job satisfaction is also examined. Using the structure equation modeling technique, significant support for the framework was found in data collected from 203 working IT professionals from a wide variety of organizations.