Smaller companies are rewriting tech buying rules with a penchant for the cloud.
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Sage's acquisition of PayChoice boosts the enterprise software vendor's standing with SMBs in the US.
Its audio performance management system will consider more than 500 billion song performance this year alone, to figure out relevant royalties.
At the core of the smartphone war is an epic branding fight. Who is the ultimate winner in the hearts and minds of buyers? You might be surprised.
A new program by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network is aimed at helping small businesses make the most of broadband and emerging IT infrastructure.
Many Australian small and medium enterprises are deliberately choosing to be late adopters of digital communications technology, despite being acutely aware of its benefits, according to a new study by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
It's only a matter of time before most SMBs will experience a compromised IT infrastructure. To minimize the fallout from a data breach, SMBs should begin an IT risk assessment program.
Square said the partnership is unique from other platform integrations in that it gives its customers an insightful picture of what is driving their offline sales.
The packaged software market is way past obsolete. In this article, we'll take a look at the cloud-based freemium model and explore why it might actually be a winning solution for struggling PC independent software vendors.
The cloud apps company runs production and supply-chain operations for nearly 400 SMBs; 30 signed in the first half of 2014 alone.
The packaged software market is way past obsolete. But what's the best new model, especially for smaller, independent software companies?
Freelancer.com has launched a standalone domain and website marketplace platform, spun off from Warrior Forum, the internet marketing community and marketplace site it acquired in April.
The payroll startup said the partnerships are part of its goal to become a robust ecosystem for SMB technology.
Small and midsize businesses in the country will fork out S$520 million (US$415.26 million) on cloud this year, with the bulk of it to be spent on infrastructure-as-a-service and online applications.
Following the acquisition of NetRegistry, Melbourne IT's revenue and underlying EBITDA have experienced double-digit growth.
Showcasing more than 350 partner integrations, the marketplace is part of Xero's plan to set itself apart from fellow accounting software provider — and leading US competitor — Intuit and QuickBooks Online.