February, 2013 Archive

NYC Events: Upcoming NYC Business and Technology Events (3/1 – 3/7)

Here is a list of NYC Business and Technology Events for the impending week (3/1 – 3/7) that we thought can be beneficial to our small business community within the Greater NYC area. Have a business and/or technology event arising within the Ny city area that you’d like us to […]

5 Big Security Holes Every Business Must Manage

Here’s 5 security holes every business must work to plug and secure better, from our friends at  CMIT Solutions 1. Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR) – A company’s electronic data is one in every of its most valuable—and fragile—assets. a surprising variety of small businesses either depend upon manual backups or […]

5 Big Security Holes Every Business Must Sort out

Here’s 5 security holes every business must work to plug and secure better, from our friends at  CMIT Solutions 1. Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR) – A company’s electronic data is certainly one of its most valuable—and fragile—assets. a surprising variety of small businesses either place confidence in manual backups or […]

Business Creation Is Fraught With Challenges Says Kauffman and LegalZoom Survey: 9 Business Rules for Entrepreneurial Growth

In a survey released today, the Kauffman Foundation and LegalZoom released a Survey which Captures a unprecedented Picture of America’s Startups The press release reads that data on newly formed companies and their founders are hard to return by, but an important element of measuring economic health. In an effort to benefit […]

You can now Buy Cloud Services from Comcast

Comcast is coming into the cloud service reselling business, giving small businesses a further place to buy – the Comcast Upware Marketplace. The company’s new Upware app store, launched last week, is targeting small to medium-sized businesses by offering cloud storage, security, and collaboration products from Box, YouSendIt, and Microsoft. The photo below shows a […]

Business Creation Is Fraught With Challenges Says Kauffman and LegalZoom Survey: 9 Business Rules for Entrepreneurial Growth

In a survey released today, the Kauffman Foundation and LegalZoom released a Survey which Captures a unprecedented Picture of America’s Startups The press release reads that data on newly formed companies and their founders are hard to return by, but an important component of measuring economic health. In an effort to be […]

Sage One Accounting Now Integrates PayPal Payments

Sage North America recently announced that  Sage One , its entry-level accounting and project management system, now offers electronic payment options. A small business using Sage One to issue invoices can now include a payment button on an electronic invoice.  The payor receiving the invoice can click the button to pay the invoice online with […]

Skype Adds File Sharing With Version 1.5 for Windows 8

File Sharing is now the “in thing” with a flurry of contemporary announcements all in favour of NEW file sharing services and updates. Skype has now joined the party . Skype’s blog reads: “With version 1.5, we now have added file sharing, so that you can send and receive photos […]

Discover What’s New With The MicroSoft Office 365 ProPlus Update

Microsoft announced an update today of its Office 365 cloud services for business. Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus offers the most recent versions of applications familiar to Microsoft customers and a few new features. Among these are the foremost up-to-date collection of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, InfoPath and Access. However, the new cloud service is also […]

It’s Tax Time. 5 Things To bear in mind Regarding Tech and the IRS

The IRS won’t ever email you… ever Phishing requests via email are everywhere Your postal mail isn’t the safest approach to receive checks from the IRS Protect your financial information from outside threats, and secure files with password-protected directories and accounts Back up your financial data While you fret over […]