Archives for October 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...
Cutting-Edge Virtual Office Trends Include Mobile WorkersAre 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
Virtual Office Helps Engineer Live Abroad and Keep His Job
TAMPA, FL-You don't have to tell Barry Frangipane that the Internet has made the world a little smaller. The software engineer and author has telecommuted from a virtual office in Tampa for years. But he didn’t realize how far telecommuting could reach until he read Under the Tuscan Sun, a book about an American who chucked it all to live in Italy.
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Named Sixth Fastest-Growing Company in UtahSALT LAKE CITY, UTAH-Virtual offices are a hot commodity--and Davinci Virtual Office Solutions is leading the charge. We got some good news this week. And in case you hadn’t already heard I wanted to share it with you personally: Davinci Virtual Office Solutions won kudos as the sixth-fastest growing company in Utah by MountainWest Capital Network’s Utah 100 for 2011.
Reduce Stress and Long-Term Absences With a Virtual OfficeAre you stressed out? Stress seems to be a common denominator in today’s world. Whether you work in an office or out in the field, stress seems to follow people around in the world of work.
That’s why I wasn’t surprised when I saw the latest Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development/Simplyhealth Absence Management survey. The survey reveals that stress is, for the first time, the most common cause of long-term sickness absence for... Read more