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New Year's Tech Resolutions for Small Businesses

(Christopher Null, ComputerWorld) There's no telling what the future will bring, but one thing is sure: In the world of technology, nothing stays the same for very long. The year 2010 wasn't terribly turbulent for tech, but 2011 is shaping up to be more of a thrill than you might expect. From Android's scorched-earth march across the industry to malware threats that we have yet to wrap our arms around, it seems as if everything is about to change.

With that in mind, here are nine resolutions for the small business operator to think about for 2011:
1. Ignore Android at Your Peril
2. Start Prepping for Windows 8
3. Accept Tablets as Mainstream Devices
4. Make Mobile Security a Big Deal
5. Leave No Stone Unturned When It Comes to Security
6. Develop a Flash/HTML5 Strategy
7. Get Ready for Video
8. Put Your Social Media in Order
9. Figure Out the Cloud

 
 
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