Can a Virtual Office Help You Get More Sleep?
Feeling a little groggy in the morning? If you are an American, you are not alone. Almost 20 percent of Americans suffer from chronic “excessive sleepiness.”
So says a study from Stanford University. Another 17 percent in the study said they had trouble staying awake and alert on the job. Could a virtual office help?
"The prevalence of excessive dayti...
Virtual Offices Keep Your Home Office Safer, More Secure
Listen up road warriors. The International Agency for Research on Cancer is reporting findings on its latest study about the safety of cell phones. The study has reopened the global debate on the connection between cell phones and brain cancer.
"The study doesn't reveal an increased risk, but we can't conclude that there is no risk because there are enough findings that suggest a possible risk," the study's chief author, Elisabeth Cardis...
Virtual Offices Help Nashville Flood Victims Continue Business
As flood waters begin to recede in Tennessee, volunteers are coming on the scene to help clean up a devastated Nashville. One organization, Hands On Nashville, is overseeing 12,000 volunteers while Volunteer Tennessee is taking emergency donations to help families whose homes were destroyed by the floodwaters and celebrities are donating monies to help victims.
According to the Army Corps of Engineers, the waters that hit Nashville quali...
Indonesia Earthquake Signals Need for Virtual Office Backups
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has hit Indonesia. The earthquake hit the island of Sumatra. The earthquake triggered a tsunami watch. As earthquakes continue to malign various parts of the world, it's time for businesses to consider disaster recovery plans, which include virtual offices.