Virtual Offices Are Great for People and the Planet

In an age that now seems like history (because it soon will be), employees had to commute for 20 minutes to an hour or more in order to reach their office building. All calls and materials entered this building, and all work was done within its walls. While employees often took assignments home to mull over, it was clock in and clock out, just like at a factory. These offices were paper factories.

Thanks to modern technology, there is now the virtual office solution. The Internet, along with mobile devices, eradicates the need for members of a team to have proximity. While physical meetings are still apart of the process, they seem to be getting fewer and fewer. People can talk to each other, send text messages and send documents and multimedia files from anywhere in the world.

Some smart programmers and organizers got the idea of creating a product based on the growing informal trend of using mobile media. Virtual office services are a software and the supporting company that maintain a complete environment that allows people to work in. It is a programmable structure that allows employers or the board to decide how this form of social media will operate.

A team can collaborate, like in a chat room, except the administrator sees what all is going on. There is oversight, just like in a regular office. Documents are uploaded and available for everyone to see, if that is what the office administrator desires.

Virtual offices go more than that, though. They also provide you with a prestigious business address, automatically bringing prestige to your company name. You can also use the services of a Virtual Assistant to answer all phone calls and forward them to you (great so you can go on vacation and not worry about a thing, too). There are also meeting and conference rooms available, just in case you need to meet clients at your office. And there are many other possibilities to choose from, like copy and fax machines for example.

The best part is the ability to go green with a virtual office. Gas is expensive, and saving people the hassle of community increases the efficiency of a business. It saves everyone time and money, and often helps a business to work more efficiently. It also helps you and your business leave a smaller carbon footprint, so you are also doing your part to be eco-friendly.

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About Jim Jacques

Jim Jacques is the President of United Virtual Office, a leading nationwide provider of virtual offices for entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses. A virtual office includes an address at a prestigious business location in the US, live virtual receptionist, courier services and more. Google +



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