Disaster recovery, backup, and restore: Big challenges for small businesses
All too frequently, fires, local flooding and human error
threaten computer systems, communications and the ability of a
business of any size to sustain continuous operations. Small
and medium sized businesses, used to protecting inventory or
paper records, are expected to invest more in "resilience and
backup" in 2008.
How to increase your online visibility using Work.com
Work.com is a new resource for entrepreneurs and small business
owners, an online small business community on the Web created
to help small business decision-makers solve their most
pressing business problems and realize their most compelling opportunities.
Bracing a business for recession
Economic indicators may point toward difficult times. Marcus
Scholes, Vice President of U.S. Operations for Real Asset
Management International, explains how effective asset
management can help strengthen a business quickly.
Tax reminders for businesses with home offices
In order to educate taxpayers, the IRS has provided this fact
sheet which explains the rules for deducting home office expenses.
Why hackers love small businesses
As a small business owner, you may believe that hackers have no
use for your small network. Think again! Understanding what
these hackers are truly after will help you to understand why
your network is at risk.
Budgeting trends help SMBs and SMEs thwart headaches
The two most common budgeting and forecasting headaches
experienced by CFOs and finance executives at small and
midsized businesses are gaining buy-in from other managers in
the company and using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, according
to a recent study performed by Centage Corp. and the Institute
of Management & Administration.
The ten cardinal sins: Entrepreneurial errors you must never, never commit
I've never known an entrepreneur who started a business without
making a few mistakes. Certainly, you'll be no exception.
You'll make them, try to fix them, and then move on. However,
some entrepreneurs fall into traps that are bigger than
mistakes. They are, in effect, entrepreneurial sins.
We're sending out this special Supplement to whet your appetite
for a new area of AccountingWEB that is launching next week.
The Small Business Zone, which will debut on Monday, March
17th, will include news, features, white papers, podcasts,
blogs, and more - all geared toward small business
entrepreneurs. Starting Monday you can click the Small Business
Zone option on the left side of any AccountingWEB screen to get
to the newest member of our family. Stay tuned as this new Zone promises to round out the offerings of AccountingWEB, your
number one location for "resources to help you grow."
Gail Perry, CPA
P.O. Box 2252, Westerville, OH 43086-2252
"Resources to help you grow"
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