The “Cloud” offers us many more work at home or “work where you want” opportunities. Find a hot spot and plug in to “the cloud”.
One entrepreneur has tried to extend the concept of cloud computing to create a “real estate cloud” based around prime real estate centers so that small business people can meet customers at “prime” locations.
Here’s how it works: Enter “the cloud”: An office when and where you want it
Mr. Devanesan, who had previous experience working out of his own apartment, knew the drawbacks first-hand. And he was encountering people with small, startup businesses who were struggling to work at home, or just lacked the capital to set up a large, professional office of their own. He wanted to offer a solution.
“A lot of people with a business don’t actually need a permanent, elaborate space. They just need a professional space they are comfortable working in – a place to meet with clients and present things. We realize that small companies, when they get off the ground, just really need an address, and a meeting space, not a long lease and a lot of expense. That’s when we realized the idea of a virtual office had potential.”