Virtual Office Strategies Help Attract Los Angeles EmployeesHere at Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, we take pleasure in seeing companies large and small adopt alternative workplace strategies. The latest example we found of a company that is offering telecommuting options at a high level is VACO Los Angeles.
VACO is a consulting and executive search firm. The company specializes in finding talent in the accounting, finance and technology industries—and it’s known for its Read more
Study: Managing the Mobile Workforce
Are your employees working from a virtual office? Then listen up.
According to a new survey from Runzheimer International, 54 percent of companies cite effective management of remote employees as the biggest concern for executives in managing a mobile workforce. Despite this concern, employee satisfaction (26 percent) and competitive advantage (25 perce...
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Opens New Headquarters
Davinci Virtual has been promising a new corporate headquarters that would allow the virtual office solutions provider to bring services to more customers for nearly a year. Today, the Salt Lake City, Utah-based company made good on its promise.
Davinci Virtual hosted a grand opening event for its newly-built North American headquarters this week. The at...
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
Virtual Businesses and Virtual Offices Go Hand in Hand
One of Australia’s top 50 best places to work is a virtual company. Led by 39-year-old CEO Kristin Ferguson, Sentis ranked five in BRW’s 2010 list—right behind Google.
The corporate culture at Sentis, a company that trains mining, resources and utilities companies on safety and leadership, is relaxed. The company doesn’t have fixed office hours. They wear jeans if they feel like it. And they travel most of the time.
"Because we ...