Archives for September 2010
Get a Special Deal on Leawood Virtual Office Space
Looking for a deal on virtual office space near Kansas City? Davinci Virtual is offering a special that you don’t want to miss. If you rent now, you can get your first month free.
The deal is at the Leawood Business Center in Leawood, Kansas. Leawood is only about 13 miles from Kansas City and you can get one of the most affordable virtual office space d...
Avoiding Nicole in My Hollywood Virtual Office
I’m sitting here in my virtual office in Hollywood as Tropical Storm Nicole pours down inches of rain. Flash flooding is a real possibility. Winds are up to 40 mph. The streets are dangerous. News reports indicate possible tornadoes. So far, the electricity is still flowing, but Florida Power & Light is prepared for outages.
Although this is small po...
PlayBook Offers Productivity Boost for Virtual Office Workers
Another day, another tablet announcement. This time it’s BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion. RIM is making a bold move into the market with the BlackBerry Playbook featuring the BlackBerry Tablet OS.
The PlayBook is a seven-inch, touchscreen tablet with features like Web browsing, multitasking, high performance multimedia, security features, enterprise support, and a new development platform for IT departments and developers.
Do Tokyo Virtual Office Users Tap Tablets?
Another hopeful iPad killer will soon enter the market. Sharp is rolling out its Galapagos tablets in December with a special focus on the Japanese market. This is an interesting niche to target, and could be right up the Tokyo virtual office user’s alley.
Sharp’s are specifically developed as e-book readers, while the new e-bookstore offers a fee-based servic...
Stressed Managers Should Rent Virtual Office Space
Although the economy has shown gradual signs of improvement, on-the-job pressure is mounting for some supervisors. So says a survey from the OfficeTeam.
Thirty percent of managers interviewed said they are more stressed at work today than they were one year ago. Just 11 percent indicated work-related pressure has declined. What’s more, 28 percent of respondents expect their anxiety levels to increase in the coming year, compared to 8 per...