There’s a new virtual office craze, one that could potentially open up a whole new industry for the world’s top tech companies.
The term “virtual office” was coined in 2014 by the company Vasto, which claims to have created an entire office for a single person in one room.
The company claims it uses the technology to make the job easier and more convenient, and that’s something Microsoft and Google have tried to fight.
In fact, Microsoft is reportedly lobbying against the bill, saying it could create a monopoly for its own software and services.
In addition, Google has taken a more cautious stance.
Google recently changed its stance on virtual offices, saying that it’s not opposed to “new business models,” but that it would only recommend virtual offices that are “appropriate for the specific needs of a business.”
While Microsoft’s position on virtual office is the opposite of Google’s, Microsoft isn’t backing down on its position on the matter.
We’re not backing down.
The only thing we’re saying is, this is something that’s out there for now, and we’re not sure how it’s going to work.
We’ve been trying to encourage more and more companies to build and operate their own virtual offices for years now, so we know the issue is serious.
But we think this is going to become the norm, and this is where the market will start to mature.
We’ve seen companies like Microsoft do well in the past, and it’s a good thing to see that companies like us are getting the attention they need.
This article was updated at 12:48 p.m.
PT on Oct. 12 to include Microsoft’s official statement and a statement from Vastof.