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BizCloud® Network | December 1, 2015

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5 Amazing Apps for Small Businesses

September 29, 2015 |

Here are five helpful apps that will save time and money for small business owners, no matter their industry.
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Cash Flow Management: The Life Flow of Any Small Business

September 25, 2013 |

Cash Flow Management Tips for Small Business Owners Read More

5 Great Technologies You Can Utilize When Starting Your First Business

September 10, 2013 |

Are you launching your first business? Being a business owner has its challenges, but the waves of technological advancements do make operating a business much easier for anyone. Consider the following 5 business technologies that could help you leap toward an incredible start.Read More

How to Create a Small Business Plan for Security

July 11, 2013 | 1

How to properly scope and assess security risks within an organization and plan a course of action. Read More

SHIELD Act – The Flipside of the Coin

March 21, 2013 |

The SHIELD Act impacts small businesses and startups that hold patents and prevents them from taking legitimate legal action against infringers due to the high costs of trial.Read More

Ditch the Wires: Advantages of Cloud Computing for Small Business

January 4, 2013 |

Storing data on the BizCloud rather than tangible servers eliminates the cost and hassle associated with data hardware. Along with reducing technology costs, BizCloud also ensures convenience and reliabilityRead More

Security Roundup Report for Q2 2012- Trend Micro

July 25, 2012 |

Increasingly targeted and personalized attacks led to more than 140 million attacks against small businesses in the first half of the year; 27% increase from Q1 2012Read More

Top 5 Drivers for IT Decision Makers in 2012

January 4, 2012 | 1

How are small and mid-market organizations responding to trends like cloud computing, mobile deployments and increasingly complex IT requirements?Read More

Facebook to Offer $10 Million in Free Ads to US Small Businesses

September 27, 2011 | 2

Facebook announced Monday it will offer up to $10 million in free Facebook advertising to US small businesses in cooperation with the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The company says that the goal of the initiative is to “invest, educate, and connect” with small businesses across the States.

Starting in January 2012, Facebook will give businesses up to $10 million in free Facebook ads with the goal to award 200,000 US small businesses with a $50 boost. Read More

President Obama Pushes For Small Business Bill

September 6, 2010 | 1

President Obama’s Rose Garden press conference on September 3, 2010 where he outlines his Small Business Bill.Read More

Small Business Lender Files for Bankruptcy

March 20, 2010 | 6

CIT group, a nation’s leading lender to small businesses, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The bankruptcy was expected, since the company was struggling for months to avoid it, and came very close to declaring Chapter 11 bankruptcy in July 2009 after the Treasury rejected the CIT’s request for additional bailout money, but was rescued making the agreement with the bondholders group. The lender filed for bankruptcy on Sunday, after the debt-exchange offer made to CIT’s bondholders failed. Company’s bondholders opted for a prepackaged reorganization plan which will reduce its debt by $10 billion and allow it to continue doing business. Read More

Small Biz Talk: Fuse Architects

March 18, 2010 | 1

Small business interviews with a great architect firm in Capitola California. Helping promote small business and local communities on Small business listings and free resource guide, including training, small business advice, tips, connecting with local experts, business videos, images, … Read More

The family business-What you should know about it

March 8, 2010 | 7

By a definition, a family business is a business in which one, two, but often much more, members of one family have a significant ownership interest, together with responsibility commitments towards the business.

Family company is not necessarily run by members of one family. It can be owned by unmarried couples or friends. There are also small businesses which are ownership of two families, of two individuals whose relatives become employees. In these cases it is very important to document your business relationship in a formal business-partnership agreement. The document should include duration of the agreement, partners’ capital contribution expectations, and divisions of profits and losses. Read More

The Art of Franchising

March 3, 2010 |

It is a grim reality that more and more people are losing their jobs every day, and that there are no attractive job opportunities waiting for them. The options for those people are either to start their own business or buy a franchise. Franchisers argue that their proven business model offers people a bigger chance to succeed than starting a small business on their own. Read More

Recession-Scam Artists’ Favorite Playground

March 3, 2010 | 5

When the economy is in the slump, all the scam artists come out to play skilled and ready to take advantage of people desperate for an opportunity. The way they operate is that, at first, they just observe the situation to find a weak spot where they can hit with a biggest probability for success.
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