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You could set up a perspective or two that contain the essential information you want at work and write an AppleScript that would export those perspectives as simple HTML, then upload those to a web server to which you have access. You could probably even create an Automator workflow that would do that for you. (I haven't plumbed Automator's depths.)

You would not be able to make changes that way, but you could view your data and use paper and pencil to track changes for updating at home.

If your home computer is always on, you could also set up a VNC connection from your work machine, though that might involve some work setting up port forwarding and finding your IP address if it's assigned dynamically, plus it's a security risk.