Archives for July 2010
Professionals Mix Virtual Offices and Web Gadgets
The Globe and Mail is running an interesting story today on virtual offices and web gadgets. The story chronicles several professionals who are no longer tied to traditional offices. Steve Hampton is one of those professionals.
As the Globe and Mail...
Virtual Offices Help Entrepreneurs Reach Personal, Business Goals
Can surfing the web help you lose weight? It’s possible, according to new research from the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research (KPCHR).Read more
Virtual Offices Set Stage for Important Social Connections
What’s worse for your health? Having a poor social life or smoking cigarettes? They may be just about equal, according to a study from Brigham Young University (BYU) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Researchers believe people with poor social connections are 50 percent more likely to due within 7.5 years as people with healthier social lives. That’s on par with the mortality difference between non-smokers and smo...
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Set to Triple Business
Is the virtual office industry growing like gangbusters in a down economy? The answer is a resounding yes—and Davinci Virtual is leading the charge.
In fact, Davinci Virtual is posting such rapid growth that the leading provider of global office solutions is forced to build a new corporate headquarters just to keep up with projections. Davinci Virtual announce...
Virtual Offices Combat Deadly Sedentary Office Life
People who remain seated more than six hours a day are candidates to die earlier—even if you hit the gym after work and even if you aren’t overweight.
So says a study from the American Cancer Society. Specifically, women who sit more than six hours a day are 37 percent more likely to die earlier than those who sit less than three hours a day. Men fared slightly better, with only 17 percent more likely to die earlier. Exercisers did post ...