Archives for November 2012

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11/30/2012

Breaking More Virtual Assistant Myths

TORONTO—I wrote a piece last week about breaking myths around using virtual assistants. But I realized I left out a major misconception that is worth nothing.

In my first post, one of the biggest myths I worked to bust was that virtual assistants are too expensive. People often have the misconception that they can’t affor...

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11/29/2012

Hong Kong Virtual Offices on Gloucester Road Offer Strategic Location

HONG KONG-Looking for a strategic neighborhood to set up your virtual office in Hong Kong? Try Gloucester Road. Gloucester Road is a major road in Hong Kong. In fact, it’s one of the only roads in Hong Kong with service roads.

(For history buffs, Gloucester Road was named after Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, way back i...

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11/28/2012

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Rolls Out Live Answering User Interface

SALT LAKE CITY—Here at Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, we’re always looking for new ways to help you make the most of virtual office technologies. With that in mind, we’re proud to introduce our new customer messaging and management interface.

This is a really cool improvement for our Live Answering clients that will make it easier for you to tap into your virtual office technologies no matter where you are.

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11/27/2012

Virtual Offices Help PR Firm Attract, Retain Top Talent

TORONTO—I was just reading an article in the Financial Post about telecommuting from a virtual office. Denise Deveau penned the article entitled, “Telework: A productivity alternative that this close to home.”

Deveau ch... Read more
11/26/2012

Virtual Office Use Sparking Billion-Dollar GDP Growth in Australia

SYDNEY—Who would have thought that virtual office use could contribute so much to a nation's economy? But that’s the case in Australia.

Indeed, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard considers telecommuting from virtual offices to be the key to Australia's gross domestic product growth. Specifically, she predicts over $3.2 billion in growth and anticipates more... Read more

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