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11/23/2018

Etiquette to Remember During a Virtual Meeting

Telecommuting comes with a lot of advantages and freedoms. For example, you can work from the comfort of your own home (or even bedroom), you can wear whatever you want to work, and there’s no bothersome commute. That said, when you interact with other professionals, standard rules of engagement apply, whether you’re conscious of it or not. 

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8/22/2011

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...

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2/2/2011

Unified Communications and the Virtual Office, Part 3

In our continued exploration of Unified Communications and the virtual office, we’ll take a look today at one component: web conferencing.

A veritable explosion of Web 2.0 tools and escalating need for real-time collaboration continues to draw users to web conferencing. The rising interest in cloud-based communications is further fueling growth in this market. As users look to a...

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11/30/2010

Introducing…New Virtual Office Innovations

You asked for it, we are giving it to you.

That’s right. In our quest to offer the latest and greatest virtual office communications solutions, Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has rolled out new products and applications that work to make your business smarter, faster and more efficient.

"Our new, innovative products integrate seamlessly with our cor...

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4/19/2010

Volcanic Ash Cloud Boosts Virtual Office Technology Use

If you’ve been inconvenienced by the volcanic ash cloud that continues to delay air travel across Europe, it may be time to look at new ways to keep business meetings moving along as scheduled. The Icelandic volcano is reportedly costing airlines $200 million a day.


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