Archives for October 2011

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10/27/2011

Dropbox: A Great Solution for Virtual Office Users

Every once in a while, I find a tool that’s so useful for virtual office users like you (and me) that I just have to share it. Dropbox is one of those tools—especially with the company’s latest news.

Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring you documents, photos and videos everywhere and share them easily. More than 45 mi...

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10/24/2011

Should You Let Employees Work From Virtual Offices?

Should you let employees work from home? That’s the subject of an article in USA Today. It’s a question that more and more companies are asking as the virtual office trend continues gaining momentum.

A reader named Amy asked USA Today columnist Steve Strauss, a lawyer, author and speaker who specializes in small business and entrepreneurship, the following ques...

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10/20/2011

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Asks Three Simple Social Media Questions

Are you a fan of Davinci Virtual Office Solutions? We want to hear from you, and we’ve created a simple survey that we hope you’ll take a couple of quick minutes to answer.

You may or may not know that Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has a LinkedIn Group. It’s an open group—meaning it’s open for an...

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10/17/2011

Cutting-Edge Virtual Office Trends Include Mobile Workers

Are you up on the latest virtual office trends? Our very own Martin Senn, CEO of Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, offered his insights in Executive Suite Success magazine last month. I thought I’d share a few of this brilliant idea with you.

Seen starts off by pointing out that many entrepreneurs and employees today go through their 9 to 5 in a much different way than ... Read more
10/13/2011

Staying Connected In Far Away Virtual Offices

The Wall Street Journal’s Sara Max penned a thoughtful article on how virtual workers can collaborate and stay connected. She featured CUNA Mutual Group as an example. As the story goes, no one actually meets in person—even at their annual meeting.

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