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7 must-reads for small and medium-size businesses

From navigating IT security challenges to choosing the right tech financing, here are seven articles to help SMBs remain competitive.

Small to medium-size businesses may have tighter budgets and smaller staffs than larger companies, but with the right playbook, a nimble shop can achieve big wins. It’s not the size of the company that determines success but the strength of the strategy.

IT security at home: Hard but not impossible
You probably can't provide security for workers at home that matches that of your office, but you can come close. Here are some ideas.

Small business security requires a password manager
Weak passwords are an attacker’s key to your assets. For now, passwords are unavoidable, but with the right software, your team can use them securely.

How big can the virtual office scale?
In theory, many businesses—even very large ones—can operate without a physical office. But can they operate optimally? Depends on whom you ask.

SMB technology in 2020: Hybrid cloud looms large
SMBs lean into the cloud and experiment with new technologies while grappling with traditional challenges such as lack of in-house expertise and security concerns.

The essential SMB guide for technology financing
SMBs are often constrained by tight budgets and minimal staffing. To drive business forward, it’s critical to look for the most cost-effective IT spending strategies.

Five predictions for the future of contactless payment
Adoption of contactless payment has been slow, but the worldwide pandemic is providing additional motivation for it to become standard.

Internet video streaming and video conferencing services: The basics
Video on the Internet is either live or on demand. For either, there are products and services to meet particular business needs.


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