Intelligent office members in the Tysons, Reston, and Arlington areas are in for an extreme Internet upgrade. 100mbps dedicated symmetrical fiber Internet is now available! With the upgrade, Internet speed, efficiency, reliability, and overall capabilities will improve drastically.
Gone are the days of slow and unreliable Internet connection. Intelligent Office’s upgraded Internet will increase productivity and pace, along with general workplace morale.
What is 100mbps dedicated symmetrical fiber Internet?
At 100mbps high-speed data transfer, the upgraded Internet is designed to support larger numbers of simultaneous users where access to the Internet is mission critical. Unlike broadband, which is shared bandwidth; a dedicated fiber circuit comes from the ISP backbone directly into Intelligent Office locations. Since the bandwidth is no longer being shared with other users, reliability is enhanced and speeds are much more consistent.Symmetrical Internet refers to identical connection and speed for downloading and uploading information (100/100mbps). This ensures better video quality, smoother Skype sessions, and faster file uploading, among other things. Cooper transport is the most common way to deliver Internet. Telephone lines or cable connections are less reliable and not as scalable as fiber based Internet. While fiber may be more expensive, its advantages for businesses and first-class service make it the medium of choice for Intelligent Office. 100mbps dedicated symmetrical fiber Internet will be an extremely beneficial upgrade for Intelligent Office workers.
To learn more about the new Internet upgrade or to rent office space in our Tysons, Reston, or Arlington locations, call Intelligent Office today.
Enables Anyone to Reserve Meeting and Conference Rooms and Executive Office Space at U.S. Intelligent Office Facilities Directly from LiquidSpace and MeetingRooms.com
Intelligent Office, a virtual office facility providing administrative and staffing services for mobile executives, small businesses, professional services firms, and independent contractors, today announced partnerships withLiquidSpace and MeetingRooms.com. These partnerships will expand the Intelligent Office online live scheduling service and enable anyone to reserve meeting space directly from LiquidSpace and MeetingRooms.com.
“The trends related to the new economy and the modern workforce mean that people have more freedom to work and do business from anywhere at anytime,” said Louie Beaupre, Executive Vice President, Marketing for Intelligent Office. “However, the importance of face-to-face meetings or in person collaboration will never fully disappear. That’s why we have partnered with LiquidSpace and MeetingRooms.com – to accommodate the needs of the growing mobile workforce by making it easier for people to schedule a professional meeting place when they need it.”
Intelligent Office is making hundreds of meeting and conference rooms, and executive offices available at hourly rates through these two new platforms. Available now for approximately half of its U.S. locations, Intelligent Office will complete the rollout to all of its U.S. and Canadian locations later this year.
For more information on services, go to http://www.intelligentoffice.com/virginia/arlingto...
One of the primary benefits of virtual offices and coworking spaces is the enormous opportunity for networking. However, it’s also beneficial for workers to meet up outside the office. Bonding and connecting in a unique environment can help build stronger relationships. The 11th annual Ultimate Crab Feast & BBQ Bash Networking Event is the perfect opportunity for the Intelligent Office community to do so.
The Tech Council of Maryland is bringing together delicious Maryland crabs, the great outdoors, and a variety of tech professionals for its 11th annual Crab Feast & BBQ Bash. On Thursday, August 13 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm, Smokey Glen Farm will be transformed into a summertime paradise where technology, life science, and business professionals of all kinds can relax, network, and feast. Leave your suit and tie at home, roll up your sleeves, and celebrate the summer.
Sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, the Tech Council’s ultimate summer bash attracts over 250 guests for an afternoon of casual outdoor fun. With no speeches and no agenda, the event provides an ideal opportunity to connect or reconnect with other professionals in an easy-going environment that doesn’t feel forced. Maryland crabs, Smokey Glen Farm barbeque, sides, homemade pie, and ice-cold beer will be on the menu. Smokey Glen Farm’s revitalizing country landscape is the perfect place to celebrate and build lasting relationships.
The Intelligent Office community is invited to grow their communication network while enjoying the delicious tastes of Maryland. The feast begins at 5pm at Smokey Glen Farm, located off of Riffleford Road in Gaithersburg.
Don’t miss the biggest networking event of the season! To register for the crab feast & bbq bash, visit Tech Council of MD’s website today. Premier member and member plus pricing is $49, member pricing is $69, and non-member pricing is $109. Make sure you sign up soon to reserve your spot. For additional inquiries, contact Tech Council MD today, or reach them on Facebook or Twitter.
Join us at the 3rd Annual VA Business & Community Expo in Arlington on Tuesday, July 28 2015 from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Intelligent Office members who bring a friend will receive a $20 credit to their account and their guest will be entered for a chance to win a free podcast or gift card!
This is a great networking opportunity for small businesses and includes guest speakers and workshops aimed at growing your business and providing the necessary tools for smart business practices.
Intelligent Office of Arlington is hosting a happy hour celebrating the official start of summer and you're invited. Please join us for refreshing cocktails and sweet summer treats as we spend quality time with our members and guests. We hope you will take advantage of this free social and networking event!
Arlington Intelligent Office, 1100 North Glebe Rd. #1010 Arlington, VA 22201
Date & Time:
June 24, from 4 PM – 7 PM
* The event is free, but registration is required.
Intelligent Office of Tysons and Reston, Virginia are celebrating their 10 year anniversary and you're invited. Please join us for refreshing cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on the rooftop at Intelligent Office Arlington overlooking a breathtaking view of Ballston. Members are encouraged to bring guests in order to have more chances to win prizes. The more guests you bring, the more chances you'll get! Prizes include gift cards, intelligent office bucks, and Apple TVs! Our members are what make us a great place to work, so we hope you will join us to celebrate, network, and win prizes!
Arlington Intelligent Office, 1100 N. Glebe Rd. #1010 Arlington, VA 22201
Date & Time:
May 14th, from 6 PM – 9 PM
* The event is free, but registration is required.
The virtual workplace is now more the norm than the exception. Technology such as Skype and GoToMeeting and free conference calls allows employers to provide workers with a flexible schedule where they don't all have to be under the same roof.
For the employee, the virtual work life creates room for a better work-life balance. For the employer, it broadens the pool of qualified employees since location is no longer a hindrance or a cost factor when hiring for a position. If that person is the right person for the job, then working remotely could be the perfect fit.
Read more here: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/242829
There are hundreds of responsibilities to juggle every day when you run a business. Virtual assistants (VAs) can ease some of that strain by taking over administrative, technical, and social tasks so you can focus on growing your business.
Read more here: http://tech.co/how-virtual-assistants-can-scale-yo...
Accountants are great at saving money for their clients. Now, they are finding that virtual offices are designed to save them money too!
Read more in our latest blog: http://bit.ly/14v3AZj
The idea that the office is a specific place where our professional lives happen is becoming less universal, and less important. These days many knowledge workers can be productive anywhere, thanks to smarter, more numerous mobile devices, faster network access, and a growing number of online collaboration tools. Telecommuting is no longer merely something that the phone company is trying to sell you. And wherever the office may be, wider and better use of social networks, data analytics, and smart technologies such as voice recognition could be poised to increase productivity dramatically—meaning that both real and virtual offices may have fewer people in them.
Virtual offices continue to prove themselves as models of efficiency in the workplace. Employers are finding that virtual offices offer both expected and unexpected cost savings to the bottom line, while allowing valued employees the flexibility they want and need for a healthy life and work balance.
1. You need to improve your professional image
You’re on a shoestring budget, you haven’t got an established client list yet, and you’re operating out of your spare bedroom. But a few small details can actually help you to project a professional image – and getting the right business address is one of them.
Renting a virtual office means you won’t need to have your business correspondence sent to 53 Suburbia Avenue. And you can keep it a secret that you’re working in your PJs from the comfort of your spare room.
There will come a time in your business when you feel plagued with the never ending amount of tasks and projects required to successfully operate your company. In a state of overwhelm, there is simply too much for one person to achieve while remaining efficient, effective and balanced. You may find that you have numerous responsibilities to complete but not enough hours in the day.
A number of experts give us insight into whether or not the concept of working remotely has been a success and where problems have arisen.
Four reasons why you don't need to spend on setting up a traditional office to recruit staff.
If you're taking on more work than you can handle as a sole trader, one of the biggest costs involved in starting up a business is that of setting up an office.
But now you don't need to. With rental fees for office space as well as the equipment for employees – not to mention the expense of paying the bills – it might make sense to implement a virtual office.