Archives for April 2010

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Davinci Virtual Execs Share Industry Secrets with OBCAI

Davinci Virtual’s Bill Grodnik and Martin Senn were featured in a podcast interview produced by the Office Business Center Association International (OBCAI). You can listen to the podcast on the OBCAI or visit our Facebook connections page to hear it there and let us k...

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Add Siri to Your Virtual Office Arsenal

Did you hear about Apple’s latest acquisition?

The iPad-maker just snapped up Siri. I know…I had never heard of the company either. But it’s actually pretty interesting. Siri makes an iPhone app known as the Siri Assistant, which is in essence a personal virtual assistant.

Siri understands what you say, can accomplish tasks for you and adapts to y...

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Rerouted Flights Highlight Convenience of Virtual Office Technologies

I just read a Reuters report about a Continental Airlines flight from Houston to Washington that was rerouted on Wednesday to a Greensboro airport after U.S. authorities discovered a “threatening message” in the bathroom.

What’s more disturbing is that it wasn’t the first time. According to U.S. authorities, the threats were discovered two days in a row. On Tuesday, Delta Airlines ran into the same problem with a flight from Atlanta to P...

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Meet DavinciMeetingRooms 3.0

While Research in Motion is readying its OS 6.0 for BlackBerry and Apple is preparing to roll out iPhone 4.0 software, Davinci Virtual is making some news of its own on the software front.

Davinci Virtual just released version 3.0 of its online reservation platform. The company has enhanced the technology that powers so that its virtual office clien...

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RIM Launches BlackBerry 9650 for Road Warriors

If you are a road warrior who loves virtual office technologies, you’ll love the new BlackBerry smartphones. Even if you use an iPhone, you have to appreciate the BlackBerry as the pioneer in business e-mail and other mobile productivity applications.

On Monday, Research in Motion (RIM), the makers of the BlackBerry smartphones, announced two new models worth ...

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