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.Read more
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...
Why You Don't Need Full-Time Office Space
Small business owners don't always need a full-time, dedicated office space. In decades past, the alternative was working from home and having lunch meetings with clients in restaurants, hoping they didn't ask to come to your office.
The rise of virtual office space helps entrepreneurs overcome the challenges typically associated with working from home, ...