Staying Connected In Far Away Virtual Offices
The Wall Street Journal’s Sara Max penned a thoughtful article on how virtual workers can collaborate and stay connected. She featured CUNA Mutual Group as an example. As the story goes, no one actually meets in person—even at their annual meeting.Read more
Unified Communications and the Virtual Office, Part 4
We’ve been looking at the growth in Unified Communications this week and how there is a less expensive way—the virtual office—to accomplish many of the same goals.
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions customers can tap into Cisco’s WebEx web conferencing and online meetings solution at a special rate. You can join the more than 7 million people who count on Cisco WebEx services ever...
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...
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.
What Do Bank of America and Davinci Virtual Have in Common?
What do Bank of America and Davinci Virtual have in common? One common denominator is Cisco conferencing solutions.
Indeed, the big news on the Fortune 500 front today is video conferencing. Bank of America and Cisco on Monday announced an agreement to launch the largest network of Cisco TelePresence systems. The first 200 units will be installed across the bank’s global operati...