Technology

Security

Sites' Personal Questions May Pose Security Risk

Asking about your mother's home town is supposed to help legitimate sites protect your online accounts--but experts say hackers know more about you than you might think.
Technology

Why You Should Hire Independent IT Consultants

Hire quality IT expertise that won't squander your budget and will deliver what you need.
Technology

Choosing an Online Backup Provider for Your Smaller Business

Smaller businesses can back up data online with ease.
Mobile

A Mobile Future

The new technology of smartphones offers huge potential for entrepreneurs.
Technology

The Best Salesperson: Your Website

Transform your website into a sales representative by using these online features.
Technology

7 Social Networking Strategies

From sourcing talent to building brand awareness to prospecting for customers, social networking can help you manage many aspects of your smaller business -- if you know what you're doing. Here's how to hit the goldmines and avoid the landmines.
Technology

Smaller Businesses Confront Instant Messaging

Instant messaging offers many benefits for smaller businesses, but also presents surprising choices and real risks. Ignoring IM is no longer an option.
Security

Jerks of the Web

We've all run into obnoxious people on the Internet. But these are the kinds of idiots who make you feel like logging off permanently.
Building a Website

11 Internet Myths Debunked

Think creating a website for your biz is too complicated? Avoid the myths and find out the simple truth.
Apps & Software

Pinnacle Systems VideoSpin

VideoSpin is useful for free video editing software, but watch out for the ads.
Mobile

Coming From Asia: The Next Cool Cell Phones

GPS, electronic compasses, and new software will soon let our phones show us around town.
Office Tech

Carry a PC in Your Pocket

With a USB keychain drive and a little forethought, you can carry a personalized computer everywhere and leave your laptop at home.
Technology

Vishing: The Latest, and Greatest, Security Concern

Cybercriminials' latest effort involves a combination of VoIP and phishing and is aimed squarely at small and midsize businesses
Technology

Five Smart Fixes for Dumb PC Annoyances

Say good-bye to annoying red (and yellow) Windows warnings, stop USB device problems, replace your Clipboard, and Webify your mail.
Technology

New Payroll and HR Services

Outsourcing human resources and payroll functions may no longer be cost effective or even more productive for small and midsize companies.
Apps & Software

Four Essential Photo Editing Tricks

You don't have to be a Photoshop expert to take great pictures--but you should know this handful of common editing techniques.
Building a Website

New Ways to Pay

Want to close more sales without doing more work? Give customers more ways to pay with alternative billing methods.
Apps & Software

Easy WebContent

The Easy WebContent editing service lives up to its name.
Apps & Software

Free Security Software Custom-Made For Smaller Businesses

Untangle's software provides network access and security for smaller businesses. And because it's open source, many of its services are free.
Technology

Free Security Software Custom-Made For Smaller Businesses

Untangle's software provides network access and security for smaller businesses. And because it's open source, many of its services are free.
Web 2.0 Columnist Frank Bell

Online Storage Options

As more startups and established companies enter the market for online storage, users can reap the numerous free benefits.
Technology

6 Technology Rules to Thrive

This year, consider implementing these rules that can give your business a boost.
Technology

Yak Pak's New IT System

A revamped IT infrastructure lets the New York-based bag manufacturing company rev up its sales, relocate its warehouse, integrate its processes, and get into outsourcing
Technology

Keeping Security On When the Power Goes Out

Power outages are almost always unexpected, but smaller businesses can develop a plan so they don't lose their data when the lights suddenly go dark
Technology

10 Database Security Tips For Smaller Businesses

The typical small and midsize business builds and administers its databases for performance and high availability -- not security. Make sure your database doesn't bite back
Technology

From Gamer to Gym Rat

Now gamers can play while getting in their gym time, too. And we're not just talking about the Wii.
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