Archives for September 2010
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.
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...
What Does Your Business Card Say About You?
Think about it for a minute. What does your business card really say about you?
We’re provoking you to think about that question because too few small businesses and entrepreneurs in the United Kingdom—and in the rest of the world for that matter—take the time to consider what their business card communicates to potential and current clients.
As Steve Golding, Davinci's UK General Manager, sees it, most small- to mid-sized busin...
DavinciMeetingRooms.com Launches Member Access Card Program
At Davinci Virtual, we know that free is always popular. That’s one of the reasons why we launched a free DavinciMeetingRooms.com Member Access Card Program.
"We are excited to launch our member access card program," says Bill Grodnik, president and CEO of Davinci Virtual. "Now clients can search and book professional meeting space instantly online and take advantage of al...
“Best Companies” Include Telecommuting Options
Working Mother released its annual list of 100 Best Companies. It’s no surprise that companies who embrace flex-time and telecommuting are named on the list, including Ernst & Young.
Way back in 1996, Ernst & Young established an Office for Retention with the express purpose of raising its overall rate of retention, especially among women. Since then, the firm has improved its retention rate of women over that of men and...