Recent Interviews: Online Strategies - Technology
Prepare to collect and remit sales tax for online sales. Barbara Weltman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the progress of the Marketplace Fairness Act, which when passed, will require most online sales to be subject to local sales tax collection.
Is your business ready for the mobile customer? Anita Rosen joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the explosion of mobile computing and help small businesses prepare to take advantage of this exciting trend.
Reporting on this effort to grow entrepreneurship beginning with our children. Julie Eberly joins Jim Blasingame to report on this year's Lemonade Day, which shows children how the free market economy works by teaching entrepreneurship.
This program teaches 15 entrepreneurial fundamentals. Julie Eberly joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the entrepreneurial fundamentals this year's National Lemonade Day teaches hundreds of thousands of children around the country.
Will the online sales tax become a reality? Rick Newman joins Jim Blasingame to report that both sides of the online sales tax debate have a reasonable argument that their position is about fairness.
Listen to this entrepreneur talk about his success with a simple website. Paul Lester joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how his small business has benefited from having a simple website.
Yes, there was business before the Cloud. Pat Sigmon joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the history of business in the years before and during the development of Cloud computing.
What do you look for from Cloud computing vendors? Pat Sigmon joins Jim Blasingame to provide guidance on how Cloud computing contributes to efficiencies and how to pick the provider that has the right tools and also sustainability.
Is the end of the personal computer near? Ed Yourdon joins Jim Blasingame to report on the technological and demographic trends that are putting pressure on the personal computer and associated industries.
What will your next computer look like? Ed Yourdon joins Jim Blasingame to forecast the future of personal computing as we contemplate the demise of the venerable personal computer, the PC.