4 Reasons to Go Virtual Versus In-House for Receptionists and Assistants
With the help of virtual receptionists (or assistants), small businesses can focus on building their businesses and delivering great solutions and services for their customers rather than spending valuable time on administrative tasks.Read more
Cyber Monday Meets Virtual Office UsersCyber Monday and virtual offices go hand and hand—or at least they should. But the shopping doesn’t end on Cyber Monday. People are shopping online from their virtual offices throughout the Christmas season.
Fifty percent of American workers plan to spend time holiday shopping online at work this season. Of these workers, 34 percent will spend one hour or more shopping and 16 pe... Read more
Taking a Page out of Barnes and Noble’s Digital Book
Barnes & Noble just announced a new CEO that industry analysts say is well-suited to help the bricks-and-mortar behemoth drive deeper into the digital age.
William Lynch will work to help Barnes & Noble compete with Apple and Amazon.com to drive the continuing expansion of the company’s e-commerce platform, e-books and other digital content and products.
The Truth About Virtual Assistants, Part 2
Still looking for the truth about virtual assistants? In yesterday's post, we looked at one of the biggest myths I've discovered. That is, "My business can't afford to hire virtual assistants."
Now that we busted that myth, let's look at the second most common myth I've seen associated with virtual assistants…It sounds something like this: "My business isn...
Is ‘Virtual Receptionist’ in Your Vocabulary?
The term ‘virtual receptionist’ may not be in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, but it’s certainly in the vocabulary of a growing number of companies, large and small.
Indeed, the virtual receptionist is a growing trend in today’s business world, from Corporate America right down to the bootstrapping start-up – and everywhere in between. In fact, you could...