Archives for September 2011
Workshifting From a Virtual Office Benefits Small BusinessesHow can workshifting benefit your small business? That’s the question Citrix asked its vice president of corporate marketing, Kimberly M. Woodward. Let’s listen in to the answer:
“While any employee appreciates the benefits of more flexible work arrangements, such as the ability to work at home part or all of the time, the payoff for the business is also considerable. A workshiftin... Read more
Workshifting From Virtual Offices Makes ‘Everywhere Employees’ PossibleHow does workshifting foster today’s “Everywhere Employee”? That’s the question Citrix asked its vice president of corporate marketing, Kimberly M. Woodward. Let’s listen in to the answer:
“The idea of being dependent on a single computer or location for work is becoming as outdated as needing a payphone to make a call when you’re away from home. Increasingly workers are using... Read more
Seven Reasons Why Virtual Offices Are Right For Your Small Business
Brilliant article in PC World today called “What Telecommuting Can Do for Your Business.” Logan G. Harbaugh outlined seven benefits of telecommuting in his article.
I’ve summarized his key points below:
1. Your workers are more productive.
Virtual Offices Help Virginia Small Businesses Win Tax Incentives
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA-Want tax credits in 2012 and 2103? Try telecommuting. The state of Virginia is offering an incentive for businesses and employees that work remotely instead of driving—or busing—to work.
It’s called the Telework!VA program. It’s designed to help your company offset the cost of starting up or expanding a telework program. If your business qualifies, you could get up to $50,000 in tax credits.
Workshifting Fuels Virtual Office Space TrendLOS ANGELES, CA-There’s been a lot written about workshifting since iPass issued its latest report a couple of weeks ago—and the momentum hasn’t died down yet. I thought I’d offer the virtual office spin on workshifting.
“Workshifting has now become the expectation of nearly all enterprise employees,” Evan Kaplan, CEO of iPass, says in its blog. “In our latest i... Read more