Beyond writing for Davinci Virtual every day, I also write for GlobeSt.com. So when I saw my colleague Natalia Dolce writing about the office of tomorrow and alternative workplace strategies, it got my attention.

Dole featured Robin Weckesser, a principal of the Bay Area project management group at CresaPartners in San Jose. Let’s listen in to a bit of the interview:

“The idea of alternative workplace strategies is not new,” says Weckesser, “but while companies have—for some time—tried to improve their workflow and reduce expenses, the process and implementation have changed dramatically. Today, thanks to advanced technology, a cultural shift, and economic conditions that prompt downsizing, more tenants are addressing the physical requirements of their organizations—and in many cases, they are seeking new workplace solutions.”

Weckesser is right on. Alternative workplace strategies are not new—neither are virtual offices. But virtual office technologies have matured, making possible even more productivity that gives corporations a stronger case for allowing telecommuting, flex-time and other alternative workplace strategies.

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions offers virtual offices in cities large and small. In Weckesser’s neck of the woods, for example, Davinci Virtual’s San Jose virtual offices are available in two locations: Executive Suites of San Jose and the San Jose Business Center.

The Executive Suites of San Jose is located at 560 S. Winchester Blvd. The San Jose Business Center is at 11 North Market Street. Both of these San Jose virtual offices offer a prestigious business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter, a client drop off and pick up point and more for a little as $95 a month.