Smaller companies are rewriting tech buying rules with a penchant for the cloud.
Articles about SMBs
Fueled with $10 million in venture funding from September 2013, developer of popular small-business CRM overhauls contact management features.
A quicker and slicker new app for the online Xero accounting service adds automatic reconciliation of bank accounts, allowing Android users to stay on top of their finances.
AWS Activate is getting a boost from what might be Amazon's best resource aside from data: customer service.
That still leaves RadioShack with more than 4,000 stores, including over 900 dealer franchise locations, nationwide.
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 two dominant Australian domain name companies look to merge to maintain competitiveness against cheaper, foreign-based competition.
Square's latest purchase -- as well as the quiet testing of another new app -- demonstrate that the mobile payments provider is thinking outside of the box.
An SMB-specific online hub is LinkedIn's latest piece in finishing its global economic graph puzzle.
The new solution from InsightSquared analyzes cash flow, customer churn and other strategic metrics.
Still managing stacks of 'analog' contacts? These smartphone applications could make life easier; some even boast direct connections to LinkedIn and Salesforce.com.
Singapore government dishes out S$500 million over three years to encourage small and midsize businesses to adopt both proven and new technology, including 80 percent of deployment costs for emerging technology.
All eyes should really be on Intuit's outlook, with Wall Street revenue expectations jumping from just under $800 million to more than $2.37 billion next quarter.
The platform's focus is on helping people connect to discuss projects quickly, with an emphasis on videoconferencing and instant messaging.