Every once in a while, we come across new apps or services that we adopt into our personal cache of "must-have" tools. Gaining inspiration from a New York Times article earlier this year that talked about tools to help solo entrepreneurs and small businesses look bigger than they are, Paul decided to come up with a list of cloud services to help SMBs work better. His hope is not so much to advocate cloud computing, as to draw attention to practical online services that can add genuine value to small and mid-sized businesses.
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