When you run a small business you need quick answers, without having to pay a consultant. This jargon-busting handbook not only tells you how to use technical features but also when and why. Covering such basic advice as what hardware and software you might need, it also addresses the crucial security issues you will face. Consulting these pages should teach you ten rules for a sane life with your computer. And when things get a bit overwhelming, it helps to identify when you need to admit defeat and call in outside help. This book helps to make simpler those necessary but time-consuming decisions - leaving you valuable time to focus on the business itself.
Wendy Grossman writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph, Scientific American, and numerous other publications. She is the author of net.wars, the Daily Telegraph A-Z Guide to the Internet, and From Anarchy to Power: the Net Comes of Age.