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I haven't read his latest book yet, just released in February, and the guru of the most unique business approaches possible certainly doesn't need my endorsement, but I was re-reading Seth Godin's 'Linchpin' recently. And immediately started thinking about how virtual offices fit so perfectly with his ideas on making a company invaluable and remarkable. Unique, like his iconic Purple…read more →
I often write about the benefits of virtual offices by referencing hot topics taken right from the latest business pages, in print and online. I've also turned to pop-culture, or the world of sports to entertain my readers while drawing solid comparisons to how a virtual office can contribute to the success of a small business owner or new entrepreneur….read more →
An office in the cloud? With OpusVirtualOffices.com you can Doesn't it seem like only yesterday that we were all tied to our pcs or Macs? If we couldn't access them, we were handicapped in the data we could recall and the business we could accomplish. If the system failed, we lost everything: from family pictures to our business clients'…read more →
The NY Times published an editorial on April 10 about the huge security breach at online marketing firm, Epsilon – affecting many of the nations's largest companies and exposing millions of email addresses and names to potential phishing attacks and other scams. And what the editorial said is "Be concerned". Operating a virtual office makes it easy to heed that…read more →
Don't even consider not having a virtual office in fabulous San Francisco! Sir Richard Branson never does anything small and subdued. The wildly successful entrepreneur, humanitarian, adventurer, and billionaire founder of Virgin Group, with over 400 companies, is famous for producing creative and over-the-top introductions for new ventures. But Wednesday, April 6, 2011, he just might have outdone himself….read more →
Well, the answer could be that they both played in rock bands as teenagers. They did. And the answer could be that they both might have benefited from having virtual offices on the way up the ladder of success. Almost any businessperson could. But, of course, the answer is they are both highly successful 'women' in business: sitting at #7,…read more →