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  • Open source vs. SaaS: What SMBs should know

    How big is your wallet? How high is your tolerance for complexity? These are just two of many factors to consider before you choose between open source or Software as a Service. 

  • Is IBM the real winner in the CRM SaaS wars?

    Through partnerships with the top on-demand CRM providers, IBM is clearly positioning itself to take advantage of SaaS popularity. 

  • Opinions split on new Sarbanes-Oxley proposal

    SMBs complain about the high costs of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. A 21-person panel has heeded the call, but some experts are calling the proposed relief a recipe for disaster. 

  • Putting the reins on maverick spending

    Maverick spending is costing workers time and employers money. One firm is offering a solution for keeping company cowboys on the straight and narrow. 

  • CRM suites for SMBs

    Salesforce.com may be the No. 1 hosted CRM software, but there are plenty of alternatives with more services and smaller price tags for SMBs. 

  • Iron Mountain sticks with NetApp NAS, wanted Sun

    Business decision makers recently vetoed the storage team at Iron Mountain and chose IBM-branded NetApp filers. 

  • Buying from resellers has its rewards

    Buying storage gear from the channel needn't be as dicey as you might imagine as long as you know what to look out for. Aaron D. Sawchuk, co-founder and chief technology officer of managed services provider ColoSpace Inc., in Rockland, Mass., talked ... 

  • Security Bytes: Coalition establishing spyware blacklist

    Meanwhile: A botnet mastermind pleads guilty; flaws affect CA products; Gartner pans Oracle security; and the University of Notre Dame probes a network breach. 

  • Midmarket CIO builds bigtime EA

    One midmarket CIO names four ways to build an enterprise architecture that will grow with your company. 

  • Zipcar shifts into high gear

    Roy Russell is vice president and No. 1 IT guy at Zipcar, a Cambridge, Mass.-based company that is six years old and profitable with annual revenues of $15 million. He's also married to Robin Chase, company co-founder. Chase and her business partner...