Small Business Computing Essentials

Small businesses have computing needs different from large enterprises. These special reports from Webopedia’s sister site www.smallbusinesscomputing.com help the small business entrepreneur cut to the chase and provide the user with much needed fundamentals.

All About eBay eBay offers small businesses a way to buy or sell practically anything to anyone, anywhere. Learn how your small business can harness the power of eBay.
Microsoft Office System 2003 Everything you need to know about the products and pricing of the Small Business Edition of Microsoft Office 2003, including insightful reviews of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and more.
Top Selling Software From Internet security and virus scanning to accounting and office productivity, learn which software titles are winning small-business users.
Networking Fundamentals Be it wired or wireless, building a network can take your small business to new heights in Internet communications, real-time collaboration, webhosting and e-commerce or simply be setup to connect a series of workstations with a shared printer. Learn how to leverage today’s networking technologies at your small business.
Database
Basics
SmallBusinessComputing looks at what goes on inside a database. We also help you build one and use one efficiently.
Show Me
The Money
Today’s invoicing and billing solutions are as entwined with accounting and tax reporting software as well as payroll and check processing services. Learn about new and better ways to efficiently handle, track and report the money that flows into and out of your small business.
Security
Blanket
Backup and recovery systems, anti-spam and anti-virus tools, patch management systems and intrusion detection systems are all elements that must be woven into a security blanket for your small business. Learn about new ways to keep hackers, crackers and trojans out of your business.
The Power
of Print
Whether your small business needs to print, fax, scan or copy documents and images in color or black and white, odds are good that some equipment maker somewhere has an inkjet or laser print solution that fits your budget. We’ll help you narrow down the selection with a series of insightful reviews and keep you informed about new print product announcements.

This article was originally published on August 23, 2004

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