So you want to start a business, but don’t know how to set up your company’s e-mail, or you already have a business, but want to reduce your IT costs. Then this tutorial is for you. I break down the costs related to Microsoft’s and Google’s products so you don’t have to do countless hours of research trying to break through the clutter and mass-confusion.
Here are your options: (1) use Microsoft’s numerous products for your company’s e-mail, calendar, contacts, and collaboration tools; or (2) use Google Apps for Businesses.
Microsoft’s prices are becoming so outrageous that you’re starting to feel that your business won’t be able to profit once you’re done implementing their “system.” First, you’ll have to pay for the hardware: a computer …
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