The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the average office worker’s daily life. The microscopic virus has pushed major companies into a remote working experiment that appears to have been a success. Remote work and distributed teams were on the rise even before the pandemic. However, large corporations and other businesses that are used to operating from offices presumably still had many questions regarding productivity, security and ad hoc issues that working from home might create.
With remote work now mass-adopted and seen as a legitimate business practice, many new startups are appearing with distributed teams and directors working from home. As a result, the demand for remote work tech and virtual services is rising, with many entrepreneurs looking for virtual office addresses, virtual business numbers and virtual office phone systems.