Profile of Fredric Paul
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Articles by Fredric Paul
posted in February 2008
$100 a month for all your mobile voice, data, and messaging needs? Heck yeah! But this is more than a good deal, it's a step toward a new way of using wireless - for your company and your customers.
How to get your company noticed -- advice from a journalist, a professor, an analyst, and a flack.
Forget the weak dollar. Social networking designed to overcome language and other "soft" export barriers is helping to give smaller companies new advantages in international markets.
If the "R" word really is on the way, small and midsize companies can't just curl up and hope it goes away.
I believe in blogging. I have to, I'm a blogger. But blogging can also be a useful tool for small and midsize companies -- if you do things right and avoid the potential minefields.
Don't worry too much if your company won't shell out $3098 to buy you a MacBook Air. It turns out you can get a useful, portable, powerful notebook computer for a lot less.
In a bid to get more small busineses doing business online, Microsoft is about to make key components of its suite of online business services free -- and no longer require a credit card to get started.
The Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Yahoo
Despite fears of recession, small and midsize businesses will continue to boost IT spending in 2008, with special emphasis on software as a service (Saas).
We all know that some technologies are great, while others end up costing you time and money. But which is which?
Among other things, this election could have a profound effect on the technology industry and the prospects of small and midsize businesses. It's up to you who you vote for, but please, if you live in a Super Tuesday state, please make sure to vote.
Should small and midsize companies fear a Microsoft takeover of Yahoo? Or welcome it? That depends on how you feel about Google. And how the deal plays out.
The Intel chip that powers the MacBook Air will soon be available on Windows notebooks, while Apple launhces a new site to help folks switch from PCs.