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West Wireless Health Institute is kick-starting innovation in two realms that need each other's help.
Does your business need a mayor? Probably not, but knowing the tricks of this hot social media tool can definitely pay off.
If you're not careful, hackers could cost you the money you were trying to save in the first place.
Don't be guilty of unknowingly pirating software.
4 simple ways to secure your computer network
TripIt will help organize your travel chaos.
Gowalla is erasing the line separating the real world from its virtual counterpart.
Where to go to create a mobile strategy that will set you apart
A look at some new options for web-driven printing
Secrets of Success app breaks down the core Carnegie leadership principles
Touch-based technology isn't just for the iPhone and iPad.
Mark Frauenfelder (up!) and Seth Godin (down!) weigh in.
Second Life tries for a second coming with a new environment designed to be a less seedy, more secure place to do business.
A flurry of social media management tools has arrived to help you consolidate and keep track of your social media updates. Four social media experts weigh in on what they use and why.
Twitter's new ad model hinges on engaging its users. Make sure your content fits the bill.
Marchex helps small businesses track and elevate their social media profiles.
The online customer relationship management tool is simultaneously scorned for its complexity and heralded for its performance. Here's a view from both sides.
10 of the best Twitter feeds to follow for the latest in travel deals, news, advice and entertainment
Now, even your security can be handled by cloud computing software--but consider these factors before you get on board.
A smartphone that lets you make up your own mind
Mobile technology can relieve you from the Wi-Fi access charges dragging down your travel budget.
Hosted applications can be a great way to increase mobility and lower costs, but make sure it's the right fit for you.
Attract new customers and increase revenue with a niche application.
The research is overwhelming. Constant e-mail interruptions make you less productive, less creative and--if you're e-mailing when you're doing something else--just plain dumb.
How savvy businesses are finding customers on Foursquare, Twitter and Meetup