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bMighty News Flash: Tuesday March 24, 2009

Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: software developers expectations for stimulus package, Power Pack 2 for Windows Home Server, Sage SalesLogix Today CRM software-hardware appliance, Seagate BlackArmor NAS 440 and NAS 420 servers, HP dc5850 Business Desktop with Linux, AOL coupon service goes mobile, Concur comes to BlackBerry and Windows Mobile, RIM updates BlackBerry Internet service, Elfiq WAN load-balancing product suite, iPhone captures 50% of smartphone W

"Get a corporate plan from an enterprise-savvy carrier and stop reimbursing individual-liable cell phone bills. An average 125-person, U.S.-based SMB will save $96,000, or 47%, in the first year -- 51% over three years -- yielding a six-month payback period while providing better applications."
-- CTO Jeffrey Breen and Yankee Group VP Steve Hilton







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