A new survey from Spiceworks reveals shifting currents in the small business IT market, as tech workers deal with a burgeoning crop of mobile devices and myriad other challenges.
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The networking giant updates access points, routers, switches and services to help small businesses boost productivity as their use of mobile devices and cloud apps soars.
Marking the chipmaker's entry into the small business market, Intel's Small Business Advantage product offers automated security monitoring and software updates.
The popular database maker updates its flagship line with a slew of new design features and expanded functionality.
Geared for businesses with 50 or fewer employees, EZShield's data breach offerings help implement best practices, formulate response plan.
Survey from online accounting software provider Xero identifies pitfalls that small businesses typically encounter in the run-up to tax season.
New research from Dell indicates soaring adoption of cloud apps among SMBs, who prefer to deal with a single trusted vendor and avoid SLA entanglements.
Through novel partnership with Apple, OnForce retools its service model to shepherd small business customers through their IT configurations.
The data security and backup firm aims to improve simplicity for SMBs by updating its portfolio with unified backup for both physical and virtual environments.
Arguing that small businesses are the key to job creation, administration officials roll out far-reaching 'Startup America' campaign aimed at spurring private investment in innovative new startups.
With its online makeover, the Small Business Administration is looking to engage with business owners through social media and personalized navigation tools.
Facebook rolls out significant changes to your profile page, which creates an at-a-glance snapshot of who you are. Will the masses 'Like' it?
A report from the Federal Trade Commission recommends steps Web companies and advertisers can take to let consumers prevent marketers from tracking their online activity.
The Android-based Samsung Galaxy Tab is slated to debut on the Sprint network on Nov. 14. Can it live up to the hype as the first real competition to the iPad?
New changes from the social networking leader give Facebook members more detailed control over their private information and to build deeper connections with smaller groups.
A bill before the U.S. Congress raises yet again the issue of whether ecommerce retailers should be required to collect sales tax from states in which they have no physical presence.
Search giant unveils Caffeine, a new system for indexing the Web that promises fresher, more relevant search results for users and advertisers.
Computing giant announces a new line of Internet-enabled printers that will allow people to print remotely from any device just as they would send an e-mail.
The search giant has offered its first estimate of the comprehensive economic benefit SMBs received from its search and advertising platforms.
A new sign of hope -- and hints on what's working for Web marketers -- means good news for a resurgent online ad sector and small business.
After much speculation about ads, licensing deals and souped-up enterprise versions, Twitter debuts its promoted tweets platform, giving businesses tweets a prominent position on the site.
Latest figures from Experian Hitwise show that Facebook could unseat Google as the most visited destination on the Web, setting the stage for a new social media arms race.
2010 could be a big year in Internet privacy legislation, which may affect how marketers(and small businesses)collect customer information. Heres a look at the issues facing the FTC.
The online metrics firm projects that online retail sales will see a small increase over the holiday shopping season.
An experiment in Google Labs seeks to weave social networking content into search results.
The Internet experts polled by the Pew Internet and American Life Project believe that life in 2020 will be all about mobility, touch-screens, and privacy (or the lack thereof).
Search giant takes issue with news story claiming it has changed its tune on open network debate.
Controversial new law shifts collection requirement to online retailers in a move that other states could follow, but legal uncertainties abound.
New report finds that Americans love the convenience of shopping online, but worry about security.
E-mail marketing firm has a new plan to provide small companies with affordable, professional-quality video campaigns.