Initial results from a new online survey designed to measure IT effectiveness at small businesses shows almost one in four respondents score a “D” or “F” grade.
Microsoft's Bing is nice. It's better than it's predecessor. However, Google is still the leader and search engine of choice for just about everyone. It's fast, extensive and clean (the interface).
Business owners know that their business information is important, however, often they are so focused on "customer acquisition and retention" that they do not invest enough time and money into ensuring their vital information is secure.
I've attended and/or participated in many webinars - as I'm sure you have as well. Most, compared to an exciting, live and face to face event are quite boring.
Last week I was speaking with someone as I was helping them get their computer working. They had a very old computer and I suggested they buy a new one.
On my Dell Latitude E6400 I use Verizon Wireless broadband - on the train, in taxis, all over New York City.
The economy is hitting EVERYONE very hard.
I listen to talk radio from time to time and often hear Stamps.com advertisements.