Are you starting your own business or entrepreneurial endeavor? Need to save capital and cash outlay?  The real question is…..Does your business lend itself well to operating in a virtual environment? Are your employees willing to work from their homes, cars, or other moving targets? Or, do you simply think the environmental benefits are reason enough to consider a virtual office or workspace.

Whatever your reasons, we here at American Phone Networks will guide you through some of the issues you have to deal with when setting up a virtual office. We’ll also discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages of operating solely in cyberspace.

As the possibilities created by new technology shifts the focus of business away from the traditional office building and toward a more free-form virtual office system, it’s important that you take the time to consider whether a virtual office might be able to help your business flourish in the twenty-first century. If you aren’t familiar with the term, a virtual office is a form of collaboration among self-employed individuals and those who work from home or just about anywhere. This collaboration allows these virtual officemates to share a virtual network of services. Our “Virtual Service” technicians will arrange and perform the same tasks and services that a standard office can, but without the undue stress and it’s associated expenses.

How to Establish a Virtual Office

In order to set up a virtual office, you should begin by making sure that every office member has an internet-ready computer, a fast Internet connection, and the software to fax, copy, email, and other professional services. Create a mail drop for any mail that the virtual office would receive. The Virtual Office becomes a “hub” of your office environment. The distribution point of technology based information, a consistent “stream of information” and data that you and your virtual sales team informed and ready for action

American Phone Networks can help you start your Virtual Office – Contact Jeff or Lisa at 973-265-2802 for more information or visit our website at www.americanphonenetworks.com