Long-time enterprise workhorse gets a flashy refresh for small business.
Business technology editor Josh Gingold covers the products, trends, and innovations for growing organizations.
Josh Gingold is the Managing Editor of Business and Technology Research Libraries for CBS Interactive with primary responsibility for the presentation of key research and commentary through a combination of blogs, white papers, and Webcasts. Josh's past experiences include a variety of editorial and production assignments for CNBC, CNET, Discovery Communications, History Channel, National Geographic Channel, TechTV, ZDTV, and many others. Previously, Josh was a TV producer, writer, and editor for several local stations where he was also recognized with a Golden Mic Award from the Radio and Television News Directors Association. Josh is a proud alumni of Fresno State University and California State University, Bakersfield where he studied Philosophy, English, and Communications.
Expert insight from G+ reinforces the rise of everything social, mobile, and cloud as well as some likely new twists from emerging technologies in 2012.
The global retailer is set to close next week on its acquisition of a leading managed service provider for small and medium business which may have a much wider impact on the MSP market.
IBM unveils its annual list of five emerging technologies that will supposedly change our lives in the next five years.
Backupify seizes the opportunity with a cloud-based backup and restore service for Google Apps, Facebook, and Twitter.
Online marketing firm claims email is now the preferred method of commercial communication with a big push from mobile and social media.
Google acknowledges user issues and promises improvements including a significant upgrade for its Presentation editor which is already available as an opt-in setting.
Acquisition highlights the rising importance of social media management for online marketers.
Twitter has "no further comment" on an hour of persistent error messages and inconsistent service.
UPDATE: Company officials are mum as users report at least some return of service following an outage for potentially millions.
As a long time Google Apps user and observer, there's only one major problem with the otherwise solid service, and it's a big deal for small business.
Online marketing services provider Constant Contact is adding a new service to help improve the results of small business marketing campaigns on Facebook and other social media.
Sole proprietors who sell their products through much larger e-commerce sites are benefiting from a record-breaking holiday retail season.
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- 1 Disruption in service for Twitter micro-blogging service
- 2 The one thing I don't like about Google Apps
- 3 Constant Contact boosts social marketing for small business
- 4 Accounting outfit sees uptick in online holiday sales for sole proprietors
- 5 Constant Contact acquisition adds mobile loyalty for small business