European data reforms ‘mean Britain will never produce another Facebook’


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Ministers have been warned that small businesses will suffer disproportionately under proposed reforms to European data protection legislation.

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May 2, 2012

Small Businesses Are the Vast Majority of Google Apps Early Adopters


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While Google is pitching Google Apps as an ideal productivity solution for enterprises, a large majority of its early adopters are small businesses.



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April 30, 2012

The Affordable Care Act, helping Americans curb health-care costs


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The rising cost of health insurance coverage has imposed a heavy burden on our nation. Over the past decade,insurance premiums for working families have grown three times faster than have wages. Small businesses have seen health care become one of their biggest operating expenses. And rising state and federal spending on health programs has crowded out critical investments in better schools, new roads and other areas.

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January 5, 2012

December 29 is ‘Dump Go Daddy Day’


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My idiots of the year award almost certainly will go to Netflix and Go Daddy, which tarnished their brands through nothing more than sheer stupidity (there are still five days in the month for your organization to royally screw up and claim the honor). Both companies tried to step back from the brink, only to watch tens of thousands of customers fly over the edge into the “frak you” abyss. I can’t decide which company’s actions is stupider; Go Daddy’s idiocy is more recent, and the damage still unfolds.

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December 26, 2011

Dell wants to find ‘America’s favorite small business’ [sponsored]

Dell wants to find 'America's favorite small business' [sponsored]

There are nearly 27.3 million small business in the United States — the majority farms or sole-proprietorships, which have no payroll employees, according to the US Census Bureau. There are 5.9 million small businesses with payrolls, and 3.62 million employ fewer than five people. Are you one of them?

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August 31, 2011

It’s Super Bowl Sunday, do you know who’s watching you watch the game?


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By Joe Wilcox, Betanews

The Super Bowl is as much about advertising, in some respects more, than the actual game. Advertisers are paying as much as $3 million a commercial spot, which is perplexing in this era of targeted advertising on the web. Super Bowl ads hit a mass of people, more than 100 million expected for today’s Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers face off, but advertisers don’t know who you are. Or do they? It’s a question I’ve been asking, following several unusual events occurring over the past 10 days or so. I’m talking about your privacy and how much less of it you have this Super Bowl Sunday than the last one and how much more advertisers will know about you by next year’s playoff.

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February 6, 2011

Google going after Groupon, LivingSocial with Google Offers


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By Ed Oswald, Betanews

After being turned away last month in its $6 billion attempted buyout of Groupon, Google is now busy developing an online coupon site of its own, reports indicate. According to Mashable, like competitors Groupon and LivingSocial, users receive e-mail notifications of local deals and have a set time to act.

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January 21, 2011

Windows 7 Upgrades: Are they going to be too much trouble or just about right?

Windows 7 Upgrades: Are they going to be too much trouble or just about right?

By Joe Wilcox, Betanews

Is Microsoft asking too much of consumers and small businesses planning to upgrade existing Windows XP or Vista PCs to Windows 7? That’s the question I asked several analysts after reviewing a chart Microsoft provided to veteran technology reviewer Walt Mossberg.

Out of 66 upgrade scenarios, only 14 allow for “in-place” upgrades. The majority of scenarios require “custom install,” which means either installing Windows 7 to a new directory or onto a clean hard drive. While data can be backed up and recovered, applications would need to be reinstalled.

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