Working Remotely to your Office Space Toronto without Home Internet

By Office Space Toronto In standard1st June, 2012

Working remotely to your office space Toronto without home Internet can be easily done using a USB Internet stick that is available from most cell phone providers. These sticks are great when you are just using small amounts of Internet bandwidth such as browsing the web, checking emails and small file uploads. The downside of

Google is Helping You to Work From a Toronto Cloud Office

By Office Space Toronto In standard30th May, 2012

Google is helping you to work from a Toronto cloud office by introducing their new Chromebook will be a faster computer than most laptops in its class. They say it starts in seconds and offers thousands of apps, many of which are free. They have made it with built-in virus protection and backs up your files

American office space clients enjoy the Memorial Day Weekend

By Ian In standard28th May, 2012

On Friday afternoon in the 18th floor kitchen of my office space Toronto, there was a few people talking about American holidays. One person asked “Why has Memorial Day, like so many of America’s national holidays, been reduced to mattress sales, appliance sales, fast food specials, and vacation deals?” All one needs to do this

Happy 40th Aniversary Dundurn Press

By Office Space Toronto In standard25th May, 2012

Long before I started writing this blog for Telsec’s Toronto office space, I worked in another office space Toronto for a book publisher called Dundurn Press. Dundurn is a Canadian owned book publishing company that is owned by Kirk Howard and was started by him and his late business partner Dr. Ian Low in 1972.

Jumping without a parachute into your office space

By Ian In standard24th May, 2012

This morning while reading the news at my office space Toronto, I learned that a British stuntman became the world’s first skydiver to land without a parachute on Wednesday, falling 731 metres (2,400 feet) to drop safely onto a crash-pad of cardboard boxes. Wearing a specially-made “wing suit,” Gary Connery leapt from a helicopter over

Google Maps To Visit Your Toronto Office Space

By Office Space Toronto In standard16th May, 2012

A few years ago Google Maps started offering Google Street View, to provide panoramic views at the street level. Now Google is seeking to give Internet users a look inside of businesses. Employing the same Street View technology used in streets around the world, street view can now be used for your business. You can

Office Space Trends And Why This Blog Was Created

By Office Space Toronto In standard14th May, 2012

Office space trends are always changing and sometimes the people who could most benefit from them are not the ones to find out about them. Since launching this blog in November of 2008, it has been our mission to not only inform followers of office space trends or the things going on at  Telsec office

France Risks Exodus of Wealthy Small Business Owners To Toronto Office Space

By Office Space Toronto In standard11th May, 2012

France may be the world’s fifth-richest country and home to some of the globe’s wealthiest people, but some argue that France does no celebrate its affluent citizens. Many are saying that France under President-elect Francois Hollande may see an exodus of many wealthy small business owners to Toronto office space. This is mainly due to the

More Office Space Coming to Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard10th May, 2012

A few years ago, I read that Toronto’s office space market was in a stable, tenant-favouring situation (according to one office realtor’s GTA office-space report). They claimed that the average vacancy rate had continued to hover at approximately 6.5 per cent while average asking net rent was declining. They even went on to say that the

Having An Office Space near Toronto’s Port Lands is becoming popular

By Office Space Toronto In standard7th May, 2012

While Toronto’s Harbourfront has been developing for many years, it has only been in the past few years that developers have started looking at the Eastern Port Lands. It began when Toronto Port Lands Company (TPLC) decided to develop the first building directly on Toronto’s waterfront to achieve LEED certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and