Friday, September 17, 2021

Lauren Simonds

FileMaker Pro 10 Dresses Up for 2009

Calling it the biggest interface change in more than 10 years, FileMaker, Inc this week released the latest version of its respected database software, FileMaker Pro 10....

eFileCabinet 4.0: Manage Documents, Compliance and Backup

Tired of hunting through a paper jungle for a contract/invoice/W-2 form or other vital record you needed yesterday? eFileCabinet, a world-wide provider of document management software says...

Microsoft Rolls Out New Small Business Server Options

Microsoft has announced new server software that it said provides small and medium businesses with enterprise-quality capabilities while helping them to save money, increase productivity and grow...

Cisco Invests $100 Million in New Global SMB Strategy

Cisco, a leading enterprise networking Goliath, today announced a $100 million global strategy designed to develop technologies and products for small business with less than 100 employees....

Planning Power Protection: What SMBS Need to Know

In this tight economy, you literally can't afford to let anything disrupt your business, even for a short period of time. But too many small businesses remain...

HP Plan Aims to Make Point-of-Sale Play Nice

Last month, HP released the RP3000, a small-footprint POS computer system designed to help small retailers manage their businesses. Today, the company unveiled a verification program intended...

GoDaddy.com and Microsoft Announce E-mail Progeny

GoDaddy, the flashy patriarch of online presence and Microsoft, the mother of all software companies, are the no doubt proud parents of the latest arrival designed for...

MicroNet’s Big RAID Goes Small

It's not your imagination, and you're certainly not hallucinating. Tech wizards do keep stuffing vast amounts of storage capacity into boxes with an ever-shrinking footprint. Case in...

Business Continuity: Always On, Always Working

How much downtime can your business tolerate and still survive? It's a question far too many small business owners fail to consider. Individual company needs vary depending...

Free: A Year of Open Source CRM

If you've been thinking that CRM software could really boost your company but the cost and complexity has you in a holding pattern, then consider the latest...

Vista: Microsoft Offers Small Business Assurance

Windows Vista has certainly taken its lumps since Microsoft released the operating system in January 2007. Criticisms have included complex hardware requirements, slow performance, licensing restrictions and...

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