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Cloud Computing

Cloud computing (also called Software-as-a-Service, or SaaS) lets your small business use technology once available only to the world's biggest companies.

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With the proper precautions in place, your cloud can be a safe place in which to conduct business safely, privately, and profitably.
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The cloud has extended the functionality of mobile devices, and as we become more dependent on mobile solutions, here's how to take advantage of the cloud.
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Regardless of how you feel about outsourcing, it's here to stay. Learn the five key components of a modern business that you can outsource to save money and facilitate growth.
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There are many compelling advantages to switching over to the cloud, but there are potential drawbacks to keep in mind as well. Consider these pros and cons.
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The quest to find reliable, professional, and trustworthy bookkeeping service can be a challenge for any business owner. Learn the important questions to ask when looking for a bookkeeper.
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Small and medium-sized businesses that take advantage of the cloud see reduced costs and increased efficiency in management, provisioning, security, and scalability.
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We are growing into a world that thrives and succeeds in a shared workspace. Here are five smart ways you can take advantage of cloud computing in your own business ventures.
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Does VoIP for business make sense for your company? Learn the pros and cons.
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Businesses are beginning to cut costs associated with employee training by incorporating learning management systems (LMS) into their workplaces.
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Your business might be basically "technology enabled" but you may be missing out on new, fast-evolving technologies that could supercharge your business, regardless of its size.
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Years ago, the desktop computer changed the way accounting was done. Today, the accounting process is again undergoing a positive shift thanks to the emergence of the cloud.
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As the National Security Administration knows, information about a call is as important as the call itself. If the government can use telephony metadata to analyze calls, why can't your business?
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Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council share their favorite Web-based tools for collecting and organizing valuable information about their own customers. Get their insider secrets!
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With cloud computing, backing up isn't hard to do ... anymore. These days, it's easier, faster, and safer than ever to do your small business backups in the cloud instead of a local...
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Check out our 10 surefire small business predictions for 2012. From the next president to foreign trade, we tell you how it's going to go. Maybe. Hopefully.
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Here are my picks for a few handy apps to keep your small business organized and productive as we head into 2012.
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ISPs are overselling the need for speed and obscuring the real problem: data-cap limits that can drive up the cost of a company's monthly broadband bill.
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In this week's tech news roundup: Following a string of high-profile accidents, regulators say even hands-free cell phones are inherently dangerous.
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For one musician turned inventor, a crashed iPhone wasn't just a minor nuisance. It was the creative spark that started the process of building a new business.
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An analyst says the next iPad will sport Apple's retina display technology. Also: Judge rules against Apple in Samsung patent dispute, XXX domains hit the Web.
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