SteadyServ's solution uses the Internet of Things in conjunction with a mobile app to tap more accurate keg pour information.
Small Business Matters
Long-time small-business advocate Heather Clancy translates the latest SMB trends -- from e-commerce technologies to cost-effective applications, hardware, collaboration tools and cloud services.
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation. Her articles have appeared in Entrepreneur, Fortune Small Business, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Times. In a past corporate life, Heather was editor of Computer Reseller News. She started her journalism life as a business writer with United Press International in New York. She holds a B.A. in English literature from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and has a thing for Lewis Carroll.
Fueled with $10 million in venture funding from September 2013, developer of popular small-business CRM overhauls contact management features.
Despite ongoing concerns over security, smaller companies are investing in a wider array of cloud-hosted business applications.
Sage One Invoicing can be upgraded to the company's full-featured accounting offering at any time.
Two new Wireless-N access points priced starting at less than $200 are slated for shipment in February 2014.
The new solution from InsightSquared analyzes cash flow, customer churn and other strategic metrics.
The platform's focus is on helping people connect to discuss projects quickly, with an emphasis on videoconferencing and instant messaging.
Whether you want to answer incoming support inquiries more quickly or provide a more personalized experience for incoming phone calls, these offerings offer fresh approaches to a perpetual challenge.
Appurify Mobile Platform includes tools for addressing performance issues and flawed design early in the mobile development process, and offers data to address them.
Linode made its share of headlines last year, sometimes for the wrong reasons. But the cloud service provider has a large following among startups and developers supporting fast-growing mobile apps and services.
It may not sound glamorous, but delivering newsletters and other communications efficiently says a lot about a small company.
Backed by $15 million in venture capital, the company focuses on marketing automation for small and midsize businesses.
Rather than charge per-person or per-organizer, the small-business service provider moves to a flat-rate approach that covers the entire company.
The new cameras are complemented by a network video recorder that can store up to 8 terabytes of video and record up to eight feeds simultaneously.
Additions to the Just Right IT series include new virtualization options, built on HP ProLiant MicroServer Generation 8 servers.