Selling Small Business: August 16, 2004 Contents

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The Big And The Small Of IT Security
Enterprise security vendors are targeting the small-business market with scaled-down versions of their venerable products, but do these inherently more complex solutions make sense for the typical small business? Solutions providers such as Jeb Carter of DefenderSoft cast their votes.
Online Contribution
Macromedia enhances its Contribute tool, easing development of small-business Web sites.

Backup Made Easy
NovaStor makes backup easy for customers that don’t follow strict data-protection regimens.

3 Questions
Gary Brand

St. Bernard Sights Spam
Web filterer St. Bernard Software sets its sights on spam and viruses with a new appliance.

Vonage Goes To Work
A new Veritas Software channel program looks to take advantage of the footprint Backup Exec software has in the small-business space.

Product Pick
Lexmark C510

Full Steam Ahead
Solution providers and small-business owners alike expect strong sales, according to CRN research.
Virtual Servers
Virtual server technology can seal the deal on a server upgrade for those clients dragging their feet because of a legacy application that is tied to a different operating system, CRN’s Test Center finds.

 Published for the Week Of August 16, 2004

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