My solution uses Google Apps as the central component (Gmail, Google Calendar, Drive etc);
- I'm running a cloud-hosted Windows 2012 workstation which I RDP into.
- My mobile SIM card is hosted so I send / receive all my txt via Gmail and calls are diverted to my VOIP line.
- My postal mail is received by a virtual office provider who notifies my via email of new mail and scan, forwards, or destroys it at my request.
- I keep one number and address wherever I go which I can access from anywhere in the world.
- I can pickup virtually any device and access my desktop, post and phone (doesn't matter if I lose my phone, SIM card or laptop overseas).
- My desktop state is persistent across all devices (I can go from developing on my 4-screen desktop to my laptop and back without having to re-open any windows or apps).
- My virtual office is highly secure and resilient.
Who else you have a use for this kind of setup?
How much would it be worth to you as a managed package?
What other features would you want?
(This is just the tip of the iceberg as to what can done with a unified communications / virtual office package. I also run virtual phones, addresses, VPNs and banking in the US and UK so I can basically act as a virtual resident in those counties too whenever I need to - these could also be offered as addons).