Jonathan Blum is a freelance writer and the principal of Blumsday LLC, a Web-based content company specializing in technology news.
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A new fleet-management tool can help business owners improve their logistics.
Balance Financial acts like a pricey personal banker -- but at a fraction of the cost.
Travel is seldom easy, but neither is being an entrepreneur -- and with one can come the other. These tools can help make your next trip a bit more fun.
Legal Basics For Startups
Tech entrepreneurs have lambasted a new bill that they say could stifle startups and innovation. Here's what you need to know about the PROTECT IP Act.
As costs rise and profits get pinched in today's still weak economy, here's how to drive more revenue to your business.
For forms and quick answers to burning legal questions, Rocket Lawyer is a good resource. But you might want to skip the professional package -- and the service fees.
Need to get organized? Fans of David Allen's 'Getting Things Done' might like this new task-manager tool.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has a new tool for helping you manage your company's wayward smartphones.
At about half-an-inch thick, they come with a portable external docking station loaded with added memory and processing capabilities.
With ample lighting and smart software, this desktop booth can produce professional-quality images of your products.
If you need help managing your paid-search marketing efforts, consider this comparison of four options for business owners.
Apps & Software
To corral the massive amounts on business information you get each day, Adobe helps you create customized forms.
To keep up with mobile customers, having a mobile-ready website is key. Here's how to get one.
Your cloud connection is more important than ever. This new 4G office router could be the backup you need.
Tools & Services
Here's a look at five low-cost customizable business form providers.
Our columnist tests out two new keyboards and a mouse designed to relieve the pains of today's desk jockeys.
Small-business accounting is moving online, where it's becoming cheaper, more powerful--and a lot more confusing
Microsoft's new mouse brings the touch control of a smartphone to the keyboard's right hand.
Created as a pressure release for patent office overload, the controversial America Invents Act may give big business the edge in securing patents. Here's a guide to protecting your intellectual prope
Call it Mint.com for business. Our reviewer takes a closer look.
Payments & Collections
This startup helps small companies pay and get paid at half the price PayPal charges. But the service is still in its infancy.
If you've found that pay-per-click campaigns are hard to manage, you're not alone. But here's a new service that aims to help.
PayPal's new payment option could easily be useful for merchants that want to cut out credit cards.
Management & Operations
Besides the planning and expense, creating a virtual office hinges upon getting the right software. Here's one new tool that aims to make it easy.
Our reviewer has spent quality time with the new cloud-based suite of tools. Here's what his test drive turned up.
Getting good tech help doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. See how one company is enlisting the crowd to keep your PC running optimally.
This printer offers high quality at a low cost, but you may need help setting it up.
The Officejet 100 is a printer that you can check into your luggage and can either plug into a wall outlet or run off a battery.
A new Web-based mailing and shipping app offers powerful low-cost features, but other options are free.
Paying for minutes in advance can help you cut mobile costs. Here's a roundup of options for business owners.