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Christopher Null is a veteran technology and business journalist. He contributes regularly to PC World and Wired, and is a technology columnist for Executive Travel magazine.

6 Kickstarter nightmares, and how to prevent them

Crowd funding has taken investing from the hands of the venture capitalists and given it to the masses. Here’s how not to screw it up.

Prepare your business for digital disaster

Whether thieves or tornadoes threaten your company, protecting your assets from utter catastrophe is easier than you think.

How to run your business in Evernote

Evernote isn’t just for taking notes on the go. Here’s how to turn the must-have app into an essential part of your small-business workflow.

Key strategies for your new organized office

Is a messy desk driving you crazy? Here's how to use technology to get things in order.

10 Tech Expenses Your Business Can Do Without

Improve your bottom line by dumping these technological artifacts.

How to Improve Your Site's Search Ranking Using SEO

Search engine optimization is an ever-evolving craft. We interviewed dozens of experts to glean the most effective tips and tricks.

Five Cool Kickstarter Products of Interest to Small Business

There's more to Kickstarter projects than esoteric watches and iPhone cases.

CLEAR and TSA PreCheck Programs Speed You Through Airport Security

Two programs–one public (PreCheck), one private (CLEAR)–will let you get through security faster, but neither is free, and availability is limited.

How to Analyze Your Website's Performance

Understanding who is visiting your website is critical if you intend to make it big on the Web.

How to Manage Your Business's Online Reputation

Monitor what people are saying about your company on the Web, and set the record straight if things go south.

How to Save Money on Printing Costs

Please consider your bottom line before printing this article.

Why You Don't Need to Work in an Office Ever Again

With the help of a few high-tech tools, you can run a real business without ever stepping foot in an office.

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'Liberating' Your Data from Google, and What That Really Means

Google Takeout, which lets you download a copy of your Google presence, turns one year old next month. Does Takeout truly let you liberate your data from the search behemoth, and what does that mean, anyway?

The 5 Best Online Marketplaces for Selling Handmade Goods

Ebay is huge and Etsy is targeted, but we've found several awesome alternatives for marketing custom and vintage merchandise.

9 Smart Gadgets We Can't Do Without

Digital brains have made their way into everything from toasters to picture frames to toilets--reinventing, reinvigorating, or revolutionizing some devices for good.