All businesses need basic services such as e-mail hosting, document sharing, and file editing. The ways to set up these functions vary greatly, however--pick the wrong method, and you'll waste time and money.
Is your netbookenvious of touch-driven devices? You can't turn your netbook into an iPad, but you can retrofit it with a touchscreen and avoid the tiny touchpad.WARNING: Only skilled or daring hardware hackers
Instead of relying on a scanner to manually make this transition, fax in files to the free-to-a-point online service, DepositDox.You'll sign up, and secure a personal, toll-free number to which you'll send files.
Upgrading from the break-room bulletin board and one-way customer e-mail lists model to achieve a Facebook-like social network for your business?You might try Facebook itself, of course, but the clash of business and
If you can lovingly call your small- or medium-sized business IT department "scrappy"--maybe you're both company president and network administrator--the right tools can make the most of your resources. Inventory auditing software can
Small retail- or service-based businesses often spend time--or money--fielding mundane phone calls. Where is the store? How do I get there? When does it close? Are there any current promotions? If this sounds
But wait! Windows Vista Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions include a feature called Shadow Copy that lets you browse backward in time, recovering a specific version of your file, not just the most
How can you keep up with your software? Online, video-training resource, Lynda.com, hosts hundreds of lessons on hundreds of programs. The nominal amount you'll spend there could pay you back in improved productivity,