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News and Advice for Growing Technology Firms Who Serve the SMB Space

Sage Sessions 2018 Locations

Sage North America has announced that in lieu of two large North American Sage Summit conferences for 2018 they will instead host 10 (6 in United States / 4 in Canada) regional gatherings which they have rebranded as Sage Sessions. From the site: The Sage Sessions is...

Xero Tops 250,000 Subscribers in Britain

Xero, a  New Zealand-based software company that develops cloud-based accounting software for small and medium-sized businesses, announced they've surpassed 250,000 subscribers in Britain. Cloud software firm Xero has notched up 250,000 customers in Britain, where it...

Sage Business Cloud To Launch October 10, 2017

Sage is set to unveil Sage Business Cloud on October 10, 2017. https://twitter.com/_StuartLynn/status/915553862781734912 According to an email: Sage Business Cloud launches October 10 You've heard us talk about Sage Business Cloud since the end of July, and I’m...

Microsoft Teams to Replace Skype for Business

At Microsoft Ignite Conference Microsoft today announced that their Teams product will replace Skype for Business which itself was a rebranding of Lync. Via Geekwire: For our cloud connected customers, As the core communications client, we will make Microsoft Teams...

Sage Summit 2018 Listed On GWCC Calendar for June 18-21, 2018

When is Sage Summit 2018? That's a question we hear quite a bit from those who attended last year's event in Atlanta. Update 3-7-2018: Shortly after we posted this information the listing disappeared from the Atlanta GWCC site. Sage subsequently announced that instead...



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SMB Jumpstreet serves up the latest news and topics of interest to growing technology firms who serve the SMB space.

The SMB Jumpstreet Podcast, hosted by Wayne Schulz and Peter Wolf, is the only podcast guaranteed to deliver their unique brand of dumb advice about technology news and suggestions on how to survive in today’s world of rapidly changing service models.

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