Archives for November 2011

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11/30/2011

DavinciMeetingrooms.com Sees 200 Percent Growth

SALT LAKE CITY-At Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, we always give 110 percent—but it seems our meeting rooms customers are giving even more!

I just got word that our DavinciMeetingRooms.com division has posted a whopping 200 percent growth in reservation revenues so far this year. And the year isn’t even over yet. So before I go any further, I wanted to gi... Read more
11/30/2011

Davinci Virtual Office Rocks YouTube

HOLLYWOOD, CA—Davinci Virtual Office Solutions’ Salt Lake City headquarters is 696 miles away from the movie capital of the world—Hollywood. But just because it would take our staff more than 10 hours to drive there (without stopping) doesn’t mean we can’t bust out a little filmmaking action right here in Salt Lake City.

Don’t believe me? Well, have you checked out Davinci Virtual Office Solutions’ YouTube channel? If no...

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11/25/2011

What Can Virtual Office Users Learn From Obama Administration?

WASHINGTON, D.C.-When the government starts embracing workplace trends, it's time to take notice. And that's what the U.S. government did last year in passing the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010. Now, a new report from FedScoop is revealing the progress and limitations federal managers have experienced while implementating telework.


FedScoop surveyed more than 300 IT executives from the federal government and priva... Read more

11/22/2011

The Connection Between Virtual Offices, Sleep and Work Productivity

Sleep. You may be planning to catch up on some of it during the holiday weekend. But you can better your sleep life—and your work productivity—all year long if you tap into virtual office space.

The Better Sleep Council is connecting a good night’s sleep with greater work productivity. It’s not an exact science, I suppose, but it makes sense. I know I’m far more productive when ... Read more
11/17/2011

Virtual Office Workers More Efficient, Survey Says

Is working from home an efficient alternative to the traditional office job or a productivity killer? That depends on whom you ask.

Here’s what we do know: According to a new CareerBuilder.ca survey on telecommuting, 32 percent of Canadians who telecommute at least part of the time spend one hour or less per day on work. That would tend to suggest that virtual office workers are...

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