Home-based offices and small businesses are increasingly dependent on a rapidly changing network of websites, marketing, e-finance, social media, browsers, web traffic and various kinds of software, applications, and tools.
The average business computer runs a version of Microsoft Office which includes Word and Excel. For many years, the Outlook email program was the standard for combining emails, contacts, and calendar functionality. But now, with the increased internet speed, online services such as Gmail, Google Apps, and Google Drive provide access to the same information from almost any network device (i.e. tablets and phones) without Outlook. For accounting, software like Quickbooks goes beyond bookkeeping to manage invoicing, payroll, taxes, bill payment, and deposits – all online. Read More at Piedmont Lifestyle