Smaller companies are rewriting tech buying rules with a penchant for the cloud.
Articles about SMBs
Wide Open Spaces acts as a social marketplace for a specific niche: hunting, fishing and outdoor gear.
Wix, which is behind a free HTML5 publishing and hosting service, now represents the Google Apps for Business portfolio.
Dell-Intel research shows that while most companies with less than 100 employees are leaning more on IT to fuel growth plans, just one third considers dedicated staff necessary.
Email-based mailing lists may be here to stay, but so are the systems they're mailing from. This is lock-in and you're pretty much stuck with what you were doing back in 2005.
Sure, many business communications have turned electronic. But for SMBs that still send out mass mailings, Seiko Instruments has released a new product lineup that starts at $62.50.
Hibu, the company behind the Yellowbook business directory site, introduces a new solution to help small businesses beef up their mobile websites and local search results.
Customers who sign up for the Concur Small Business Edition will also receive a 12-month membership with Regus, giving them access to more than 1,500 business lounges in 100 countries.
SearchYourCloud.com acts as a universal search tool that helps find items in more than one cloud-stored services without exposing that activity to the public.
The service, used by about 25,000 companies, consolidates analytics data for individual social networks into one place, allowing for comparisons.
A patent-pending identity theft feature displays an image of the credit-card holder every time a card is swiped.
Best-of-breed application or software ecosystem? A new service from Appreciate aims to provide personalized mobile app suggestions.
In the early stages of your startup, advertising that's easier on your pocket can include focusing on SEO and brand recall, leveraging permission marketing, using niche advertising platforms, Facebook and Google.
America's Small Business Summit took place in Washington DC this week, and to accompany this event, T-Mobile announced their Simple Choice offerings for small businesses.
VerticalResponse touts connections to Microsoft Dynamics, NetSuite, and other cloud CRM applications, while BatchBook creates integration with HootSuite.
Infusionsoft is one of five conferences I've been to in April, and its was incredibly revealing. There is no question that Infusionsoft is the player to beat in the small business customer-facing technology world. There are things it has yet to do, but it is unquestionably a player.