Commuting to work during rush hour traffic, sharing a cubicle wall with a nosy co-worker, ruthlessly competing with others for the best office suites, or having someone take your sandwich from the break room?s refrigerator are all modern professional nightmares. Dealing with people day in and day out can be taxing for many who find themselves more productive when they work alone. If you feel like you can relate to any of the grievances above, then I?m sure you have heard of virtual office suites, or telecommuting.
One of the benefits of living in the Information Age is the shift from commuting to physical offices to the idea of working out of virtual office suites. For some, this shift may seem daunting and worrisome. No matter if you are for or against the concept of virtual office suites or working remot