IT Helps Seal Our Borders
The economic stimulus package includes about $980 million aimed at beefing up surveillance of our borders. Much of that fuels a huge bet that technology projects can help secure them.
E-Prescription Adoption Picking Up
Over the past two years, tens of thousands of U.S. clinicians have traded in their paper prescription pads for electronic prescribing software.
bMighty News Flash: Monday April 6, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: Sun doomed without IBM? YouTube losing big, Federal Stimulus for IT, online ad rates decline, AdWords trademark ruling, Ubuntu for Amazon cloud, Mac clones, XP incentive for Win7, Android tablet, Panasonic reorg, Microsemi PoE, Netgear ReadyNAS, Koobface fighters, fraud v. personal safety, Facebook's Haystack, Chrome EULA kerfuffle, RatePoint SMB reviews. . .
bMighty News Flash: Friday April 3, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: Karen Gordon Mills confirmed to for SBA, Google buying Twitter? No-contract 3G modem, rural 4G broadband, Office for iPhone, WiMax as Betamax, free WiMax in Silicon Valley, Verizon app store, Conficker Symantec scam, PowerPoint security hole, Amazon Elastic Map Reduce. . .
bMighty News Flash: Thursday April 2, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: SBA appointee talks SMB credit, small business tax burden, Dell Vostro update, $50 netbooks, Netsuite connects to Salesforce.com, SMS spam, Palm Pre, Conficker, Twitter search, e-signatures, cloud services, Salesforce.com adds Twitter. . .
bMighty News Flash: Wednesday April 1, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: April Fools' day pranks, SBA confirmation hearings, small business employment, broadband usage metering, Facebook CFO bails, IT spending predictions, SGI bought for cheap, Twitter book, Microsoft SMB server, Android netbooks, BlackBerry app store, WiMax Wi-Fi access points, Yahoo mobile, Conficker, Zoho chat, DynaSis SaaS, WebVisibile ad services, Wikia search dies, Twitter auto follow no more, LotusLive Engage. . .