Merry Christmas From My Virtual Office SpaceMIAMI—If you celebrate Christmas, then I have two words for you: Merry Christmas! If you are looking for a belated Christmas gift for your mobile working friends, why not offer a subscription to a virtual office?
Many people are offering subscriptions to Netflix or Hulu or some other entertainment service this holiday season. But what better gift is there for a productivity-minded entrepreneur or on-the-go mobile worker ... Read more
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Rolls Out Live Answering User InterfaceSALT LAKE CITY—Here at Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, we’re always looking for new ways to help you make the most of virtual office technologies. With that in mind, we’re proud to introduce our new customer messaging and management interface.
This is a really cool improvement for our Live Answering clients that will make it easier for you to tap into your virtual office technologies no matter where you are.
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Virtual Office Employees Keep Patent Office Operational During Hurricane SandyNEW YORK—Want to see the power of telecommuting from a virtual office in the federal government? Look no further than Hurricane Sandy and the United Stats Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
David Kaposs, director of the United Stats Patent and Trademark Office, recently wrote a blog post titled “A Day Like Any Other…” Kaposs was in office for Frankenstorm Sand... Read more
Survey: Virtual Offices Lead to Fewer Corporate LocationsNEW YORK—You’ve read the headlines about tough job markets, but when you work from a virtual office you can avoid the relocating that often comes with new jobs. And a study by Right Management, the talent and career management expert within ManpowerGroup, is proving the point.
Right Management reviewed data on nearly 7,000 job seekers throughout North America who received outplacement services from the firm during the f... Read more
What Does Hurricane Sandy Mean for Virtual Office Users?NEW YORK-They are calling it a "superstorm." Hurricane Sandy is threatening 50 million people in a high-population corridor. The winds are upwards of 90mph, making Hurricane Sandy officially a category one hurricane.
But what does this mean for New York virtual office users along the East Coast? Of course, if the po... Read more