Cisco WebEx Offers Small Businesses Killer Deal
Are you using online meeting software? If not, you are probably traveling more than you need to or missing out on valuable face to face contact with coworkers, clients and prospects.
In a move to help small business owners make the most of their time, Cisco is rolling out a special deal worth blogging about. Small businesses can now tap into Unlimited WebEx meetings for up to eight people for just $19 a month.
In case you aren’t...
Davinci Comments on Alternative Workplace Strategy WebinarDid you see the recent webinar on alternative workplace strategies? The webinar was titled, “Alternative Workplace Strategy: Aligning for Action.” This is a solid webinar that anyone exploring the notion of alternative workplace strategies should view.
In the webinar, Jeff Root, vice president of Product Marketing and Management for PeopleCube and Diane ... Read more
Should Snowy Weather Dictate Virtual Office Use?
I saw an Associated Press article that asked a provoking question in its headline: “Winter’s coming – time to let workers telecommute?”
That’s a good question, considering the blizzards in cities like Chicago, Minneapolis and other parts of the Midwest. The article offers a thought provoking look at the pros and cons of telecommuting.
“With these early signs of winter, small business owners may want to think about letting worker...
Virtual Office Space Empowers Flex-Time
It’s a proven fact: telecommuters balance work and family life better than office workers. But it’s also a proven fact that telecommuters can maintain that balance even while sometimes squeezing in a couple extra days’ worth of work each week. So say researchers from Brigham Young University (BYU).
BYU analyzed data from 24,436 IBM employees in 75 countries. Given a flexible schedule and the option to telecommute, employees were able to ...
Does Jet Blue’s Steven Slater Need a Virtual Office?
I read an interesting article in the Miami Herald today about how higher fees and packed planes are frustrating passengers as they “travel less-than-friendly skies.”
The story was spurred by Steven Slater, the JetBlue flight attendant who walked off the job after giving a public speech, then took a beer with him as he slid down the emergency chute. Apparently, his story resonated with the American public. He has nearly 200,000 f...