Virtual office


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virtual company

An organization that uses computer and telecommunications technologies to extend its capabilities by working routinely with employees or contractors located throughout the country or the world. Using email, faxes, instant messaging, data and videoconferencing, it implies a high degree of telecommuting as well as using remote facilities.

The Extreme
The most extreme type of virtual company is one with only "virtual employees" and no central office. Everyone works from home, including top management. See virtual, pervasive computing, telecity and hoteling.
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Virtual office

A workplace that is determined by where the employee happens to be engaged in carrying out work at a particular time; usually remote from the main workplace.
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The Avila Business Centers is leader in the virtual offices business where it presents solutions with prices between 55 and 85 Euros per month, with several services associated, among them legal and financial support, personalized telephone answering and access to the potentialities of remote management of the myOffice app for mobile devices: Android, iPhone and iPad.
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A virtual office provides communication and address services in addition to a dedicated office space in some cases, thus helping startups in cutting the cost of renting a space on their own and paying for internet services, furniture and secretaries' salaries.
Lisbon, Portugal, July 19, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Avila Business Centers, the market leader in virtual offices and shared workspaces, published the results of a satisfaction survey to its customers.
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