5 Ways Virtual Office Spaces Improve Remote Jobs

It’s your first month at your new job. Your new employer allows you to work remotely, and you’ve decided that working from home sounds like a convenient arrangement. Your first week goes smoothly – you wake up early, stick to a strict schedule, and produce great work.

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9 Creative Virtual Office Uses

Many people are unaware of the versatility of a virtual business service. Yes, we do provide office space for businesses in need, but there’s much more to the service than just the space itself. Here are nine creative virtual office space uses that you might not have considered.

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The Communication Tools Your Remote Team Needs

Modern workforces are increasingly remote, with employees working from anywhere with a stable Internet connection. It’s no surprise that managing remote teams can be difficult, especially where communication is concerned.

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Virtual Office Services Can Help You Beat Procrastination

As a small business owner it is important to stay focused on those tasks that keep growing your client and contact lists. So we understand why you might procrastinate on tasks that divert your focus from boosting the bottom line. But as any small business owners know, there’s much more to making your business work than making the sale. And procrastination can be a momentum killer.

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Debunking 6 Myths About Virtual Offices

While countless entrepreneurs have leveraged virtual offices to grow their businesses, some remain hesitant due to misinformation about the product. In this post, we'll set the record straight on six of the biggest myths that keep some small business owners from taking advantage.

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3 Ways to Increase Your Productivity Without Hiring More People

Whether you’re bootstrapping a new startup, trying to get your small business off the ground, or are looking for more ways to grow your income as a freelance, it often feels like there’s too much to do, and not enough people to help get it all done. It might seem like hiring more people is the best solution, but there are definite downsides to that route, too:

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5 Ways to Cultivate Gratitude at Work

When a workplace has a culture of gratitude, it tends to function at a higher level. Here are some ways you can cultivate gratitude for a happier, more productive workplace.

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5 Cyber Security Questions Every Business Needs to Ask

Recently, Equifax suffered a major data breach that exposed about 143 million consumers to credit card fraud and identity theft. While this latest cyber-attack targeted one of the largest credit bureaus in the U.S., small business owners should take notice. If you haven't been thinking much about protecting your data from cybercrime, here's what you need to ask yourself.

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What is a WPAN?

Think about the tasks you need to complete for your small business each day and the technology tools you use to get those tasks done. Would your life be easier if your computer, smartphone, printer, and other devices were all connected?

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Is the Traditional Office Obsolete?

More and more businesses are moving away from traditional offices and building remote workforces. Is this a viable solution for your company? Read on to learn how you can leverage remote opportunities to decrease your overhead and heighten productivity.

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Virtual Office is a Vital Tool for Remote Workers

The gig economy has not only changed the way we work, but where we work. No longer confined to an office building or a cubicle, remote workers can set up shop anywhere.

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Don’t Hack Me: 5 Easy Ways to Protect Your Mobile Device

With it you can do it all -- email, shop, check your bank account, make hotel reservations, book your flight, listen to a podcast, and, if you’re old school, even make a phone call.

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Remote Work and Commercial Real Estate

The rise of the remote workforce has reshaped just about every business market, including commercial real estate. Here's how brokers can leverage this trend, while reshaping their offering to capitalize on the increasing preference for work flexibility.

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Remote Work: How to Become a Remote Worker

According to recent surveys, 43 percent of Americans spent at least some time telecommuting last year. If you'd like to join their ranks, these tips will help you make remote work, work for you.

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How Designers and Developers Can Benefit from a Virtual Office

As a designer and/or developer, all you need is a computer and an Internet connection, right?

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