10 Ways a Virtual Receptionist Can Help a Small Business to Succeed
Small businesses simply don’t have the time or resources to manage everything on their plates. Consider this interesting factoid. Even though we are living in a Digital Age when technology is commonplace, nearly half of small businesses still don’t have an online presence.Read more
Road Warriors Adopting Consumer Technology, Virtual OfficesIt seems everybody wants an iPhone, or some other consumer device. Even business users are eyeing consumer technology these days. So says a study from RSA, the security division of EMC.
The survey looks at the rapid use and adoption of consumer technologies like the iPhone and iPad within the enterprise and the pivotal role users are playing in driving this trend. And this trend goes hand in hand with the use of Read more
How Virtual Offices Hedge Against Rising Stamp Costs
Will we stop getting mail on Saturdays? Will the U.S. Postal Service raise its rates? The answer to both questions is leaning toward “yes.”
Federal regulators are pondering slashing most Saturday postal deliveries or significantly upping the price we pay for stamps. Cutting out Saturday deliveries would save the post office an estimated $3 billion a year. In the meantime, the Postal Service wants to raise the price of stamps again.
Virtual Receptionists Eliminate Sick Days Debate
New research from the National Opinion Research Center and the University of Chicago reveals 16 percent of respondents have lost a jobs because they had to take time off work to deal with a sick family member—or their own illness.
Three in four respondents say paid sick days are a basic worker's right, and 75 percent favor a law that guarantees paid sick days for all workers, and most support pro-rated paid sick days for part-time worker...
How a Virtual Office Makes Your Summer Vacations Better
I read an interesting study from Robert Half Management Resources. The gist of it was that financial executives can’t resist calling into work when they are on summer vacation. More than two-thirds (69 percent) of CFOs in the survey said they check in with the office at least once or twice a week during their vacation.
“While it is impossible for most CFOs to disconnect entirely, having a strong team in place makes it more manageable to ...