Essential Resources for Small-Businesses

802.11 Hotspots — The definitive source for Wi-Fi access points around the world, across the country, or around the block. Select a wireless access point from thousands of possible locations. It pays to know, before you go.

Internet Access — Tired of waiting for a slow dial-up connection? If you’re ready to step into the fast lane, there are plenty of choices in terms of technology and service providers. The List of ISPs has more than 4,000 service providers, organized by location and service.

Web Hosting — Your choices in web hosting range from simple, no-frills services to sophisticated co-location faclities that offer 24-hour/day monitoring and backup recovery. This directory lists thousands of web hosts covering every variation in hosting imaginable.

Professional Web Design — Your web presence says a lot about your company. A good web designer can give your company the professional image it deservices. This catalog of web designers includes firms suitable for all budgets and tastes.

Application Providers — Outsourcing is the smartest way to leverage your company’s budget. ASPs (Application Service Providers) cover all types of business applications. You can outsource everything from accounting services to data storage to retail services, with innovative new applications being added all the time.

Provides practical, easy-to-understand help for small network builders. The site contains “how-to” information for setting up Internet sharing. Learn how to setup simple networks, debug and secure them. Readers will also find extensive information about troubleshooting, tips on firewalling, product reviews and more.

ProSavvy brings clients with projects together with consultants who have the right expertise. ProSavvy provides clients with a web-hosted resource for identifying and managing outsourced projects. ProSavvy also provides consultants the ability to access project opportunities.

Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing addresses the technology needs of small businesses, which are defined as businesses with fewer than 500 employees and/or less than $7 million in annual sales.

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