Archives for October 2011
Survey Offers Lessons Multigenerational Virtual Office Users
There are many considerations in a multigenerational workforce—especially in workforces that are becoming more mobile and more distributed. With a alternative workplace strategies gaining momentum, this is a topic that demands attention.
Think about it: Is your boss younger than you? Are you communicating well with each other? How does the distributed workforce impact the multigenerati...
Tucson Virtual Office Workers Spur Diverse Economy
TUCSON, ARIZ.—Also known as the Optics Valley, Tucson is a diverse city with plenty of opportunity. Tucson is known as the premier health services center for the Southwest, the astronomy center of the world, home of a premier research institution and a tourism destination.
The Tucson metropolitan area is home to more than 750,000 residents—and it adds another 2,000 new residents each month. That makes Tucson Arizona’s se...
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...
Sleep-Deprived Detroit Residents Should Try a Virtual OfficeDETROIT--As we prepare to turn back the clocks in early November, a just-released ranking reveals which U.S. cities are most in need of some extra sleep.
The Most Sleep-Deprived Cities list is based on an independent analysis of individual sleep habits as reported in an annual study of more than 350,000 adults by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The data reveals the following ten cities as America's most sl... Read more
Alberta Virtual Offices Help Companies Expand Into Calgary Cost-Effectively
ALBERTA, CALGARY-Canada didn’t suffer nearly as much as the United States did during the economic downturn. And Alberta, Calgary weathered the storm especially well. One reason is because Albert has a diverse industrial base.
Alberta has business development initiatives in more than a dozen major industries, including aerospace and defense, financial services, life sciences, tourism, oil and gas, information and communic...