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Get the Most from Your iPad for Your Small Business

Get the Most from Your iPad for Your Small Business

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 Do you use your iPad primarily to check email or surf the web? Or perhaps you use it mostly to…

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Port Chester’s Don Bosco Center Launches New Computer Lab

Port Chester’s Don Bosco Center Launches New Computer Lab

PORT CHESTER, N.Y. — Port Chester’s Don Bosco Community Center has launched a new computer lab to teach kids the digital skills they will…

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At the Watercooler … Kalamazoo people are talking

At the Watercooler … Kalamazoo people are talking

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY The Kalamazoo Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety and others are working to put together a seminar on…

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Small Businesses are Gearing up for Growth

Small Businesses are Gearing up for Growth

With the economy improving, firms get set to hire talent and invest in information technology. Evan Stein may be one of the best divining…

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Local entrepreneur opens Daniel Island office to enhance IT services and support for small and medium-sized businesses

Local entrepreneur opens Daniel Island office to enhance IT services and support for small and medium-sized businesses

The nation’s leading provider of information technology (IT) services to the small and medium-sized business (SMB) community opened a new office on Daniel Island…

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Exeter man buys business to fix computer crashes that hurt small businesses

Exeter man buys business to fix computer crashes that hurt small businesses

Information technology is essential to every business whether it is a one-man operation or a Fortune 500 company. As larger companies know, an IT…

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The $500,000 Tax Break That’s Disappearing By Year-End

The $500,000 Tax Break That’s Disappearing By Year-End

Congress extended bonus depreciation and more robust Section 179 expensing through year-end 2013 as part of last January’s fiscal cliff deal, and now as…

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People and places: Chris Albright

People and places: Chris Albright

Retiring from the military to launch a career in the civilian sector can be “a very difficult transition,” according Chris Albright, a former infantry…

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She just does I.T.

She just does I.T.

Not many women are the I.T. girl, but Beth Burnside is. Many small businesses can’t afford to have their own technology departments, so Burnside,…

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How to Expense Your Technology Upgrades to Save Money

How to Expense Your Technology Upgrades to Save Money

As we enter the fourth quarter, now is generally the time that many small businesses begin evaluating their profit and loss statements with an…

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OK to run XP after April, but experts say it’s risky

OK to run XP after April, but experts say it’s risky

BOULDER — For local businesses worried that their computers or operating systems are going to shut down at the stroke of midnight on April…

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Memos and Distinctions

Memos and Distinctions

CMIT Solutions of Charleston, a provider of information technology monitoring and management services for businesses, has opened at 295 Seven Farms Drive, Suite C-127,…

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