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posted in June 2010
Adobe has released "critical" updates for its Acrobat and Adobe Reader products, while Foxit has added new features in an upgrade to its own PDF Reader.
The latest figures from Intuit's Small Business Employment Index show small businesses added roughly 18,000 new jobs in June. Hours worked and compensation likewise increased.
A new survey from online talent broker Elance indicates that small businesses are hiring more people online and expect to continue to do so.
KnowledgeTree and SeeFile have launched SaaS versions of their document management platforms intended for SMBs. Each offers its own set of features targeted for particular types of documents and processes.
According to a new survey by Symantec, small and midsize businesses worldwide are worried about data loss and cyberattacks more than other threats, and most plan to do something about it.
The webmail/sync/online storage/file sharing service gets some new features, including push webmail, and a new interface. And Find My iPhone gets an app version.
The new, slimmer mini gets user access, loses its power brick, and comes in a version suitable for an SMB server platform.
PWDManager for Windows lets companies manage all their server and other passwords from a single centralized interface.
This was going to be a post about a new online marketing service for SMBs. Here's how it turned into a warning about making sure what you show reinforces what you tell.
The new BizAds self-service advertising platform enables B2B marketers to set up their own advertising programs on their own budgets.
Idea Central Mobile lets BlackBerry and iPhone users access their collaboration site from their smartphones and other mobile devices.
Research shows that consumers are getting more and more impatient when it comes to waiting for Web pages to load. These six tips can help SMB unclog their websites and keep their customers "in the store."
Some software available from popular Mac download sites installs a Mac version of a long-known piece of Windows spyware, according to Mac security vendor Intego.