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10 weeks ago
The one item that I hate to use in my office is the fax machine. It always seem to take a disproportionate amount of my time to take a...
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13 weeks ago
Where does a small business of only 8 people turn when attempting to develop a comprehensive strategy for effective utilization of the...
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23 weeks ago
I work in an extremely humid environment where it is common to see 80%+ relative humidity in the summer. Air conditioning takes care of...
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23 weeks ago
One thing we really haven't done at the relatively small company where I work is make effective use of social media. I mean, yeah, sure...
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Senior management at small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) are failing to take cyber security seriously and are putting their organizations at risk, according to a recently released study by security research firm Ponemon Institute.
Crowdsourced data sheds new light on the gender gap in software development
New service offers to help businesses provide free Wi-Fi in exchange for invaluable social marketing.
From basic document collaboration to video conferencing and scheduling, these collaboration tools help small businesses connect people and information.
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Device management, basic server infrastructure, SEO analytics, and more are available for affordable subscription prices.
Cisco reduced the Linksys brand to a home-network player, but Belkin plans to resurrect the brand's status in the SMB market.
Small business IT administrators are angry at Microsoft for making them update each Windows 8 machine individually to Windows 8.1, a tedious task that requires them to point each device at the Windows Store and download a 3GB file.
It puts anyone, not just accredited investors, in touch with companies looking to sell stock directly to the public.
Cisco and Facebook have become unusual friends in a new collaboration that offers free Wi-Fi to consumers who "check in" to a participating business via a Facebook account.