Our tenth episode of “Commute with our CEO” video series is now live! Laurent shares his perspective on working from your car – part of the ubiquitous work concept that CloudVO was built upon. For example, several business professionals, freelancers, mobile workers, etc. spend a lot of time on the phone. What is really exciting to Laurent is the self-driving car and how they are becoming a part of our everyday lives much faster than we anticipate. Laurent sheds light on the gain of productivity – drafting and sending emails or creating a presentation – basically, we will be facing our laptops while we drive. When compared to the amount the work we avoid right now during our commute, this is a great gain in productivity. The way we use our cars will be redesigned and we will be able to conduct meetings facing each other with four or five people in a car going to a client site. Laurent wraps up the idea that started this company – the workplace was going to be ubiquitous – and that includes a Car-as-a-Workplace.
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About CloudVO ™
CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp, headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudMeetingRooms.com and CloudVirtualOffice.com e-commerce sites and grants preferential access to day offices, coworking space, and professional meeting rooms at close to 600 locations worldwide for distributed workers on a subscription or a pay-per-use basis.