LOS ANGELES—Do you use virtual office technologies as part of your daily work? If you work from a virtual office like me, chances are your answer is yes.

According to a TeamViewer survey, telecommuting Americans have expectations from virtual office solutions. Here are a few of those expectations:

45% want remote control of their computer desktops at work
43.48% want mobile access to files both at work and at home
40.32% want the ability to participate in office meetings as if they were in the same room
39.92% want the ability to print remotely
37.55% want the ability to work on a document through screen-sharing
37.15% want face-to-face video communication with colleagues and clients

What about you? What do you expect from your virtual office technology? What virtual office technologies do you currently use?

I have an app on my phone that lets me remote control my computer desktop no matter where I am. And through virtual office technologies like Dropbox I can get mobile access to my files from anywhere. With Skype or WebEx I can participate in office meetings as if I was in the same room.

Virtual office technologies are out there to make your life easier when working from a virtual office or some other remote location. Virtual office technologies are typically low-cost, especially in the age of cloud computing. So what are you waiting for? If you haven’t tapped into the power of virtual office technologies, now is the time to get started.