Internet Phone Services Review

November 23rd, 2012 → 6:24 pm @

Sign up Your Small Business for a Virtual PBX Because of the low costs and high quality of Internet phone services, many local business owners are migrating from traditional phone systems offered by the regional bell operating company (i.e the local phone company). So where are they going? Small businesses are moving to Internet-based phone [...]


Postini competitors go after Google's customers

August 27th, 2012 → 11:46 am @

E-mail security vendors are trying to lure Postini customers now that Google has announced plans to shut down the unit and migrate its customers to Google Apps.


Changes to Greene County Administration

July 23rd, 2012 → 2:34 pm @

Greene County Administrator Barry Clark sent out an e-mail last week announcing his resignation. The Public Safety Director Dave Lawrence has also been given a two-week notice after 12 years serving the county.


You’re the Boss Blog: Drilling Down: Does the 'Freemium' Model Really Work?

June 11th, 2012 → 1:36 pm @

After thinking long and hard, SaneBox, which helps users manage their e-mail in-boxes, decided to charge for its services.


Playoffs are big business for Griz

April 21st, 2012 → 10:23 pm @

At mid-morning Thursday, some 12 hours after the Grizzlies clinched a trip to the NBA Playoffs, a group of the team's business brass gathered in a third-floor conference room at FedExForum and smiled at its good fortune. By text, by e-mail or by ph…


For Investors, a Little-Known Alternative to Groupon

April 4th, 2012 → 3:53 am @

A Groupon rival, Constant Contact, is moving beyond e-mail lists to help small businesses offer coupons to customers


Would You Watch an Ad to Avoid an ATM Fee?

November 30th, 2011 → 6:05 pm @

From e-mail to broadcast TV programming, search engines to roadside billboards, consumers are accustomed to being inundated with advertisements at every turn