You opened your own catering business because you love to cook.
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The cloud has been a great thing for small business owners fighting through tough economic times. Instead of purchasing costly enterprise software, business owners can save their dollars by accessing powerful computing programs in the cloud, everything from high-end word processors and project-management tools to spreadsheets and Photoshop alternatives.
The advantages of storing information in the cloud are numerous. Backing up important data, creating more space on your servers, and having your data easily available to your employees are only a few. If you have been considering this route, you probably have many questions about the security of the cloud
If you are a small business owner, you are probably aware that disasters can happen. Disasters can come in many forms. What if there is an earthquake, flood, or some other natural disaster that damages all your data?
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As a small business, there is a good chance you have to manage projects and people that are not always located in one area. So how do you maintain these projects and off location employees while still having the ability to share updates, documents, and assign tasks? Project management solutions Conveniently enough, many project management tools can be found that make managing all of these things easier. Using these tools will help your small business in coordinating projects and keeping employees and clients informed
We have been hearing about the paperless office for what seems like years now, yet most office buildings today still depend on fax machines, copiers, and forests worth of paper documents. Is the paperless office just like the individual jet pack? Long promised but never delivered
We are all aware of what an iPhone can do. We are able to use this helpful device to connect to the Web and see the latest movies and television shows