Don't-Miss Business Software Stories
Both products deliver useful tools for tracking and planning your finances. One is free, but some would argue the other is less costly.
XMind offers powerful diagramming capabilities, if you can get over its interface oddities. If you're used to the UI of the free demo version, though, you might enjoy the features the paid version adds.
Campfire, Hipchat, and Imo.im provide virtual rooms for important discussions. Which one works best for business?
If you're a heavy user of Skype, or the owner of a small business, Pamela Professional a software app to get.
SpringPublisher lets you create letterheads and business cards with simple templates, including maps and QR codes.
GS-Calc continues to refine its niche as an inexpensive spreadsheet that's not an Excel clone. This version adds pivot table support and improves usability.
When running a small business, you want to keep your staff happy with timely, accurate paychecks. Which cloud-based payroll service does the better job: Intuit Online Payroll or RUN by ADP?
Web conferencing can power anything from a quick, two-person pow-wow to an all-hands assembly. We test-drive four services to find a crowd-pleaser.
Small businesses don't always need Microsoft Office software for word processing, spreadsheets, email, database and publishing tools.
Vimium is a Chrome extension that adds a rich set of shortcut keys for opening links, navigating pages, and more.
This accounting software provides all of the controls that an experienced accounting person could wish for.
This package remains a solid choice of accounting software for small-business owners unfamiliar with accounting.