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Launching a Virtual Office Space in Reno

Reno is the third largest city in Nevada. Some have called it the "Biggest Little City in the World." Others have called it "America's Adventure Place."

There are plenty of good reasons to do business in Reno. Beyond the strategic location, you've got a diverse labor market, major tax benefits (no corporate income tax, no personal income tax, no inheritance tax, no estate tax, and so on). In short, Reno is pro-business—and Nevada was ranked among the seven best states to start a business by U.S. News.

You have two options for virtual office space in Reno. First, there's the South Meadows Executive Suites. Located at 9190 Double Diamond Parkway, this Davinci Virtual office location offers rentals from $95 a month in a prime location. You can also choose Reno Business Suites at 219 Redfield Parkway for virtual office rental prices starting at $100 a month.

Both of these Reno virtual office locations offer you a respectable business address that will impress clients who know the Reno area.  At either of these virtual office addresses, clients and others can send you mail and packages or drop off or pick up packages. Your clients will never know that you aren't in the office, because there is lobby greeter there to handle any visitors. You can go by the virtual office location at your convenience and pick up your mail and packages, or have them forwarded to you for a nominal fee.

These Reno virtual office locations also offer you access to a business support center. When you need access to state-of-the-art office equipment, Davinci Virtual makes that as simple as stopping by the building. You can also rent conference rooms to hold meetings with clients on demand. Fees vary from $25 an hour to $40 an hour.

Holograms in Your Virtual Office Space?

Remember the Star Wars scene in which R2D2 projects a three-dimensional image of a troubled Princess Leia delivering a call for help to Luke Skywalker and his allies?

What used to be science fiction is now close to becoming reality thanks to a breakthrough in 3D holographic imaging technology developed at the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences. Some are saying it could change the business world. I can see clear applications in the virtual office industry.

A team led by optical sciences professor Nasser Peyghambarian developed a new type of holographic telepresence that allows the projection of a three-dimensional, moving image without the need for special eyewear such as 3D glasses or other auxiliary devices.

"Let's say I want to give a presentation in New York," Peyghambarian says. "All I need is an array of cameras here in my Tucson office and a fast Internet connection. At the other end, in New York, there would be the 3D display using our laser system. Everything is fully automated and controlled by computer. As the image signals are transmitted, the lasers inscribe them into the screen and render them into a three-dimensional projection of me speaking."

One of the system's major hallmarks never achieved before is what Peyghambarian's group calls full parallax: "As you move your head left and right or up and down, you see different perspectives. This makes for a very life-like image. Humans are used to seeing things in 3D."

Currently, the telepresence system can present in one color only, but Peyghambarian and his team have already demonstrated multi-color 3D display devices capable of writing images at a faster refresh rate, approaching the smooth transitions of images on a TV screen. These devices could be incorporated into a telepresence set-up in near future.

Can you imagine? Virtual office centers could go beyond video conferencing capabilities to offer holographic conferences. I think this is certainly part of the future of the virtual office. As communications technologies and Internet technologies progress, they always trickle down to the virtual office. Why should holographs be any different?

I've seen companies like Cisco do demonstrations with holographs. It's really mind-blowing. I can definitely see the say when virtual offices offer holograph telepresence services that bring science fiction to reality.

Find Virtual Office Space in Portsmouth's Tech Hub

Portsmouth, New Hampshire is home to one of New England's high tech hubs. You'll find plenty of software, hardware, e-commerce, web design and other tech companies there.

Indeed, Portsmouth is on what's called by many the e-coast because there are so many tech firms there. With a high-tech culture, companies in Portsmouth are no stranger to
virtual office space. Virtual office space is becoming a key element in alternative workplace strategies.

No longer reserved for start-ups, Fortune 500 companies are getting on board with virtual office technologies faster than ever as a way to reduce real estate costs. Some companies are further along than others—software developers, e-commerce gurus and other tech companies may find virtual offices a natural extension of their business operations.

Davinci Virtual offers virtual office space in Portsmouth at New Hampshire Business Suites. Located at 1950 Lafayette Rd., New Hampshire Business Suites offers you a virtual office location with a prime business address in Portsmouth. You can rent virtual office space in Portsmouth from $95 a month.

That small fee gets you a prime business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter to welcome your clients, a client drop off and pickup point and even mail forwarding services if you need them.

Your Portsmouth virtual office space also offers telecommuting or mobile workers a conference room on demand for an hourly fee, as well as day office space. Your company, large or small, can even enjoy a lobby listing.

So whether you are a high-tech company, a service business, a large enterprise or an entrepreneur, consider the many advantages of virtual office space in Portsmouth.

Check out this video on Portsmouth from Style Boston:


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Alternative Workplaces Thrive in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is a gem of the Southwest. With the Sandia Mountains and the Pueblo Indian influence, it’s one of the more unique cities in the U.S.

But Albuquerque is about more than culture. The city is home to a robust high-tech sector anchored by Intel. There’s also a strong bioscience, aerospace, electronics, film and multimedia and nanotechnology cluster there. That spells opportunity for service industries that support these manufacturing and science-based companies.

A Forbes magazine survey of the Best Places for Business and Careers ranked the Albuquerque metro area first in cost of doing business among 150 cities because of its low labor costs, low taxes and low costs for office space. But you can do business even more efficiently in Albuquerque with a virtual office space. Virtual offices can support your business in many ways, from reducing overhead to providing administrative assistants and communications solutions and more.

Virtual office space is part and parcel of alternative workplace strategies that are taking hold in corporate America as companies look to slash real estate expenses. The virtual office leverages the physical assets of employees who can work from home and tap into powerful virtual office technologies that offer clients a seamless experience. Whether your company has a distributed workforce, a mobile workforce or a crew of telecommuters, the virtual office offers a strong alternative to traditional office space.

Davinci Virtual rents virtual office space at the Americas Parkway Center in Albuquerque. Located at 6565 Americas Parkway NE, building offers virtual office users a prime business address and an impressive place to meet clients. You can rent virtual office space in Albuquerque for as little as $95 a month and rent conference rooms or meeting space at this facility for as little as $25 an hour.

Check out this video on Albuquerque and see the beauty for yourself.