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What is SOHO(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Small_office/home_office)
The modern concept of small office/home office, or SoHo, refers to the category of business, which involves from 1 to 10 workers. SOHO can also stand for small or home office or single office/home office. A larger business enterprise, one notch up the size scale, is often categorized as a small business. When a company reaches 100 or more employees, it is often referred to as a Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME).
Before the 19th century, and the spread of the industrial revolution around the globe, nearly all offices were small offices and/or home offices, with only a few exceptions. Most businesses were small, and the paperwork that accompanied them was limited.
The industrial revolution aggregated workers in factories, to mass produce goods. For the most part the so-called “white collar” counterpart— office work— was aggregated as well in large buildings, usually in cities or densely populated suburban areas.
A home office.
Beginning in the mid-1990s the advent of the personal computer, plus breakthroughs in voice and data communication, created opportunities for office workers to decentralize. Decentralization was also perceived as benefiting employers in terms of lower overheads and potentially greater productivity.
At the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st, the term “Small or Home Office” and its variants —along with the acronym “SOHO”— have been used to a great extent by companies who market products targeting the great numbers of small businesses that have a small or medium sized office.
Several ranges of products, such as the Armoire desk and other desk models, are designed specifically for the “SOHO” market. A number of books have been written and marketed aimed specifically at this type of office. These range from general advice texts to specific guidebooks on such challenges as setting up a small PBX for the office telephones.Download Rapidshare Hotfile Megaupload