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Inkjets vs Lasers: Is a Shift Coming to Business Printing?
Recently, Epson and HP have released lines of inkjet printers using new technology designed to see inkjet printers rival the text quality of laser printers. We decided to put these claims to the test and paired off the new Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4630 with the HP Officejet Pro 8620.
Whatever Can Be Searched Can Be Optimized
Book review of Optimize: a roadmap that takes the reader through every step of integrated online content marketing.
HP OfficeJet 8600 Plus  e All-in-one  Printer Review
When buying your next office printer, as technology evolves it is important consider whether the device you purchase can work you're your tablets and smart phones as well as the traditional desktop and laptops.
Review: Epson Powerlite 1775W Multimedia Projector
Tired of lugging a large laptop and bulky projector, we selected the Epson 1775W-LT to review for on-the-road presentations connected to a tablet. Here is our review of this impressive, ultra-light projector.
Roam Mobility offers Canadian Travelers Affordable Mobile Coverage
If you are traveling to the US you will want to check out Roam Mobility's celluar products and data plans, which can drastically cut what you pay for data and cell phone service while in the States.
Book Review: Fables of Fortune
Our review of Fables of Fortune, a book that invites you to step into the world of the super-rich and discover what it is really like to have extreme wealth.
Software Review: Adobe CS5.5
The release of Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 (CS5.5) marks the first mid-cycle update by the company, who has changed the release strategy of their milestone products (the next being CS6) to a two-year cycle.
Book Review: Entrepreneurial DNA
Joe Abraham's inspirational springboard for Entrepreneurial DNA is simple, but the implications are vast. His call to eschew  old-school entrepreneurship  is well argued and makes a lot of sense: we are using the same playbook for a game that has rapidly changed.
Book Review: Built to Sell
This entertaining read outlines what an entrepreneur must do to create a sellable company.
Book Review: Unwritten Rules - Women Need to Know about Leading in Today's Organizations
Our review of Unwritten Rules: What Women Need to Know about Leading in Today's Organizations
Book Review: Win More Business - Write Better Proposals
Theriault starts with a simple principal - winning is everything.
Book Review: The Gettysburg Approach to Writing & Speaking Like a Professional
We gave The "I" of the Storm a positive recommendation a few years ago for people who want to improve their written communications. Yaffe's latest book is even better.
Book Review: Psychology of Executive Retirement from Fear to Passion
At first glance, small business owners with retirement on the horizon might question the relevance of this self-help book.
Book Review: Six Pixels of Separation
Review: The Successful Management of Independent Business
This is an unusual business book written by an entrepreneur who built a hardware store business that survived even as large competitors opened up nearby.
Review: Toronto Book of Everything
Torontonians: do you know your city?
8 Options for your Summer Booklist
Here are 8 business books you may want to read this summer.
Review: Egonomics
Is ego hampering or helping your business success? Read our review of Egonomics, a book that explores the role of ego in the success of a business.
Review: Two Great Books for Business
Want to keep your New Year's resolutions? Here are two business books that can help.
Book Review: grown up digital
Our review of Grown up Digital by Don Tapscott.
Review: The Facebook Application Ecosystem
An O'Reilly Radar Report, The Facebook Application Ecosystem: Why Some Thrive and Most Don't, will be a good investment if you are planning to develop a Facebook application.
Book Review: Good to Great
Is Good to Great brilliantly insightful, or over quoted? Our reviewer shares his take on Jim Collins' bestseller.
Book Review: Step into the Spotlight
Get ready to be educated, get ready to be entertained. Tsufit has put together a delightful book that rattles the traditional dry approach to business sales and promotion.
Books for Business
We are regularly asked to review business books. Here are a few of the titles that crossed our desk recently that stand out from the crowd.
Book Review: The 'I' of the storm
If you have ever struggled with crafting an effective message while preparing business communications, this book is for you. Fresh', relevant and concise, The "I" of the Storm clearly outlines the secrets behind good writing.
Software Review: Quickbooks Premiere 2007
Our review of the lastest version of Quickbooks Premier.
Book Review: Why Customers Do What They Do
Our review of a book that promises to help you understand who customers are, why they buy and how you can anticipate their every move.