So you’ve heard the term WebEx but you have no idea what a WebEx is? You’ve come to the right place.
WebEx lets you have online meetings with anyone who has an Internet connection – including mobile users. You will be connected via audio and you can share content from your computer which lets you see the same things at the same time – like PowerPoint files, Word documents or even browse the web together. Within the meeting, you can “Pass the Ball” so any attendee can control the meeting and share.
WebEx can help any small business, teleworker or home user conduct their business meetings more professionally and efficiently.
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Guest post from our friends at SCORE
W. Kenneth Yancey, Jr., CEO
Ken Yancey is responsible for developing SCORE’s business plan and vision as well as coordinating national program efforts and all the association’s management operations. He also directs the efforts of the headquarters staff to serve and support the 370 chapters across the country. Prior to joining SCORE in 1993, Ken was Executive Director at the National Business Association. A graduate of Texas A&M University (BBA/Finance), Ken is a recipient of the USA Freedom Corp Award of Excellence, the ASAE Summit Award, and the BSA Goose Creek District Award of Merit.
These days, with technology playing a larger role in small business success, it is important for small business owners to identify cyber security issues and protect themselves from attack. And that’s exactly what SCORE can do through its free mentoring and resources from in the world of cyber security.
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By Jason Kohn, Contributing Columnist
The evolution of the cloud is big news within mature tech markets in North America, Europe and Asia. But, what will cloud services mean for developing countries? More than you might think.
At its core, the cloud promises lower costs for information and communications technology (ICT) and ubiquitous access to information and applications. These benefits look attractive to any business, but for companies in developing economies — companies less likely to have the capital for large, modern ICT infrastructures — the cloud could provide an enormous benefit.
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Tags: cloud, Emerging Markets, entrepreneurs, ICT, mobile broadband, small business
Do you have the need, the need for more speed? Maybe not. Just because your computers include a 1GB card doesn’t mean you need to upgrade your network to accommodate that speed. When designing or upgrading your network, use the 10x rule. Find out more from Jimmy Ray about that rule and other factors you should consider when determining how fast your network needs to be.
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Eliminate dead spots with the right wireless networking techniques
Most offices have at least one annoying zone, where a weak signal and dropped connections prevent laptops from staying online. A wireless router or access point can send its signal about 300 feet, but obstacles such as walls, ceilings, and even other devices can block the signal or cause interference , creating a dead spot. Whether you’re in the midst of designing your wireless network or you’re wondering how to improve your existing wireless LAN, follow these five steps to eliminate dead spots and improve the wireless coverage in your workspace.
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