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If you're running your business on the fly, these tips will keep you from crashing.
With Protosphere software, it's possible to have a meeting without actually...meeting.
The Lifescribe Pulse smartpen records and stores what you're writing--and hearing--as you write.
These handy tools can change or disappear with little or no notice.
Learn when--and how--to start charging for your web service without starting a riot.
Having a professional voice--and a professional phone system--instantly makes a bigger impression on your customers
Ultra-portable notebook MSI X-340 aims to blow away the Air.
How to cut back on the high cost of printing
A look at the milestones that made you the wired entrepreneur you are today.
Tools, apps and advice to help you stay connected on the go.
Google's new operating system has serious small-business potential.
New research reveals that small and midsize companies use and buy software differently than enterprises do. Check your plans against your peers to make sure you're following best practices.
Savvy entrepreneurs are looking to social media as another way to market their businesses.
As companies continue to costs, trade shows are becoming an expendable expense.
Learn where to find thousands of tech manuals on WikiHow.
Low-cost approaches to connectivity that appeal to business owners' frugality.
You're saving money by sending them home, but is the technology they use secure?
While flat-rate access may be appealing to many, it jeopardizes competition and may put some ISPs out of business.
Many people use Twitter a few times and don't come back. See how it measures up to other social media.
Former software exec James Sheppard relies on cloud-based technology to power a vibrant, eco-friendly countertop business that's thriving in an industrial-age automotive plant.
Entrepreneur Heidi Landau gives us a taste of how the other half lives online.
Technology is making it easier for you to keep tabs on your business's resources.
ExpenseWatch helps small- and medium-sized businesses track and approve company costs through a browser-based application.
It's one thing to generate online buzz. It's another to know how to use it.