The Research

Note: this is Part Two of Annie’s quest to improve her quality of life by moving her office job to a remote work gig. Check out Part One here. As Annie settles in with her chamomile tea and favorite hoodie, she dreams of waking up to the same tea and hoodie and magically transforming this comfortable,
more vacation time
Ever wish you had more vacation time? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to spend more time traveling with your family? Or floating down a river? Laying on the beach? Hiking up a mountain? Running around Disney World? Okay, okay, we heard you. We knew the answer, but thought we’d remind you of the
The virtual law firm emerges One of the many skills law students are taught from the beginning is how to strategically look to the past for guidance, proof, and precedent. However, over the last few years many new and seasoned attorneys have come to understand that when it comes to the business side of operating
virtual assistant
She is always there for you. But she can also be anywhere for you, and “out of the office” does not apply. She is not expected to be at the office by 8am. But you know she will be available at 7:15am to handle your early morning client calls, and if you have clients calling
phones on the cloud
We are not strangers to the amazing benefits of moving your phone system to the cloud. It’s what we do, and clearly we were early adopters and have been advocates ever since. We’ve told you plenty of times how hosting your voice and telecom system over IP / the cloud, rather than on-site, can change

Now we can all work in the cloud

In our last article we promised to help you integrate a remote work option into your existing company structure, and we’ve told you plenty of times how beneficial this will be for company morale, overhead, and attracting more talented candidates by opening your doors to the growing remote workforce and moving your business to the