Sustainability. It’s a popular topic that underpins virtual office space and telecommuting. Now, Greener World Media is taking up the cause.

Greener World Media points to a study from George Washington University virtual think tank TechCast that found less than 4 percent of the U.S. private sector workers actually work from home. The group predicted that number could climb as high as 30 percent by 2019.

“What's behind this coming workplace revolution? Quite simply, ‘work’ no longer needs to be defined as a place you go,” writes Greener World Media’s Daniel Walsh. “We're witnessing the emergence of a next generation workforce that is always-on and hyper-connected via broadband, with a proliferation of connected devices and access to on-the-go Internet-based applications and cloud-based services that make working from anywhere possible.”

Indeed, work doesn’t have to be a place to go when you work from a virtual office. And that’s one reason why Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has over 759 global virtual office locations with access to conference rooms and business support services. Davinci Virtual sets the stage for you to work from just about anywhere any time.

For example, Davinci’s virtual offices in New York give you a prestigious business address. But if you are traveling to Los Angeles you can always rent a day office on demand from a Davinci Virtual location. You can also tap into a virtual assistant who can handle non-core tasks so you can spend more time on revenue-generating opportunities, or use one of our virtual receptionists to handle calls so you aren’t distracted.

Increasingly, companies of all sizes are turning to virtual office space to drive sustainability, both environmental and business-wide. With all studies pointing to the increased use of telecommuting, virtual offices and other alternative workplace strategies, companies who begin exploring these options now will be ahead of the competitive curve.