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Blogs Keep Internet Customers Coming Back

March 1, 2005 | The Wall Street Journal When GreenCine Inc. launched an online journal two years ago, the San Francisco online DVD-rental company hoped that a steady diet of…

Microsoft Files “Click Laundering” Suits

May 20, 2010 | The Wall Street Journal After an investigation spanning more than a year, Microsoft Corp. has filed two lawsuits involving what it says is a new and alarming type of…

With Cloud, Microsoft Ups Ante for Small Business

May 12, 2010 | The Wall Street Journal In the technology world, the battle to win the small-business workplace is about to heat up. On Wednesday, Microsoft Corp. is set to launch Office…

Tech Start-ups Cope With Data Flood

March 10, 2010 | The Wall Street Journal Messages, files, images, videos – they’re being madly accumulated by the hundreds of millions of people now embracing gadget-filled lifestyles and ways of…

Wanted: Defense Against Online Bank Fraud

February 8, 2010 | The Wall Street Journal Cybercriminals have found a rich, new hunting ground: small businesses’ bank accounts. Just ask Sign Designs Inc., an electric-sign maker in Modesto, Calif….

Services Tailor Apps for Small Businesses

December 9, 2009 | The Wall Street Journal Barbara Heinrich says she isn’t computer-savvy, but last month the owner of Local Motion, a clothing boutique in Minneapolis, went online and…

Passwords 101: How to Protect Your Company’s Data

October 28, 2009 | The Wall Street Journal In July, Matt Blalock’s mind was on massage oils, soft robes and scented candles when he got a rude awakening. An intruder had…

A Start-Up’s Tale, Tweet by Tweet

September 28, 2009 | The Wall Street Journal When Sean Callahan sent a “tweet” on March 19 announcing plans to launch TweetPhoto Inc., a photo-sharing service for Twitter, he didn’t…

Keeping Your Site Out of Hackers’ Clutches

September 2, 2009 | The Wall Street Journal A growing number of small companies are falling prey to hackers. Attackers are increasingly infiltrating small businesses’ Web sites and using them…

For Business Owners, iPhone Apps Abound

September, 2009 | The Wall Street Journal IPhone apps aren’t just about time-killing video games, restaurant tips and hobbyist lore. Increasingly, they’re also for taking care of business. A growing…