March 28, 2012 | 3 minutes

What Is a Virtual Office Space?

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Your virtual office space could be here, even when you're working from home!

Technology changes all the time, and new technology is introduced and upgraded at increasing faster rates. How does a business keep up? How does a business take advantage of this technology, learn what it all is, how to use it, and keep track of normal business duties at the same time?

Office services are one of those business operations that’s changing with technology and because of technology, and one of those ways is in the introduction and incorporation of a virtual office space. But, just what is a virtual office space? How virtual is it?

A virtual office is a combination of off-site live communication and address services that allow users to reduce traditional office costs while maintaining business professionalism. A virtual office space can be used full-time, which is common for executive office spaces, or it can be used part-time, such as when your meeting clients or need a productive place to work. A virtual office space can also provide a business a professional address and mail forwarding, or a chance to create multiple locations in cities around the country?

But, how could a virtual office space benefit a small business? How could a “virtual office space” offer anything special, since an employee or owner needs to be in the office to work, right? Well, virtual office solutions are specific services designed to provide you with a tangible business identity when you do not maintain a permanent, physical office in a particular location. As mentioned, virtual office solutions can have business mailing address with mail and package forwarding services, but also phone answering and call management, access to meeting facilities, and on-site amenities such as broadband Internet, fax-copier-printer, video conferencing, kitchenette and a business-worthy lobby/waiting area.

In short, a virtual office space provide everything you need to run your business, without the actual office. It’s great if you travel often, and don’t want to work out of hotels and coffees hops. It’s great if you’re trying to cut costs, or you want to give your employees the opportunity to be more flexible and to maintain a work/life balance better. If interested in a virtual office space, then check out our virtual office spaces. We have virtual office spaces all across the country, each of which can provide the virtual office solutions that you specifically need.

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