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Keep Track of Your Billable Hours and Other Useful Business Apps

Blair Miller over at Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Patch has a great monthly column exploring computer issues, new products and technical advice. In the past she's discussed small business apps for the ipad. This month she covers how a business can keep track of billable hours and expenses, other project management tools and the white hot pinterest social network. Check out AOL's Patch Network for Tech411 other local business perspectives.

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Small Businesses Find Solutions in the Cloud.

The buzz about cloud computing turned into a loud roar in 2011. But despite the hype, the cloud remains a mystery to many small business owners who are busy with the day-to-day operations of their company, and not scouring the web for the latest technology news. Nevada's Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET)

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Business Cloud Consulting Is Consolidating

This NY Times article is about the merger of a Google Apps Reseller and Salesforce Reseller.   
Cloud-based business software has come of age: the consultants are consolidating, investors are placing bigger bets, and the online giants are aiding their smaller allies.  New York Times Technology.

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Google Apps Demographics [ Infographic ]

Coolhead Tech partner Backupify surveyed 8,000 Google Apps domains, representing 500,000 total Google Apps users. Based on that survey they published an infographic on the size and industry distribution for The Google Apps ecosystem.

Backupify protects your data in cloud applications, Keep a secure second copy of your important business data that you can restore in minutes.

The infographic on Google Apps is published at Nerd Graphics.

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State of Colorado Selects Google Apps for Email & Calendar Services

The Governor's Office of Information and Technology has selected Google to provide e-mail and calendar services for all Colorado state employees, the state announced today. The state said the decision will allow it to eliminate "disjointed and aging" e-mail systems and provide a single e-mail solution to all employees. The move will save approximately $2 million a year, said officials.

Read more: Colorado selects Google to provide e-mail and calendar services - The Denver Post

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