30 Jun Making the Most of Smaller Office Spaces
Small businesses with a limited amount of space need to be creative to fully optimize every square inch of available space. Otherwise, they could quickly find they are attempting to cram in more employees and equipment than will properly fit in a small space. Several things you can do optimize the space you have available, without having to move to a new office, include:
- Use collapsible/expandable furniture. Modern office furniture features expandable and collapsible designs where desktops, cubicles, and more can be opened and closed as needed.
- Install movable/floating walls. Temporary walls which slide out of adjoining walls can create a conference room for meetings or a small private office, as needed, which helps you maximize the space and adapt it to your current needs.
- Utilize overhead wall and ceiling spaces. Install shelves within reach, but higher up the walls, leaving the lower section of walls free for desks and other office equipment/furniture. Overhead ceiling spaces can be used to create additional storage for items not needed all of the time, like holiday decorations, excess office supplies, and so on.
- Use virtual desktops and workstations. Virtual desktops help reduce the amount of computer equipment you need and allow your employees to access all of the applications and data they need to perform their jobs through a secure online connection.
By taking the time to optimize your work spaces, you will have a better functioning office that is also quickly adaptable. For more information about virtual desktop solutions for your business, contact the experts at CyberlinkASP by calling (972) 262-5200.