Jeff Vance

Jeff Vance is the founder of Startup50.com, a site that discovers, analyzes, and ranks tech startups. Follow him on Twitter, @JWVance, or connect with him on LinkedIn.


5 big data projects that could change your life

Real-world big data projects that are already paying rewards

10 big data startups to watch

These startups are helping big data live up to its potential in areas such as marketing, pharmaceutical research, and cyber security

5 security best practices for your business

Your business may not need world-class security to keep hackers away -- but make sure you cover these basics to stay safe

10 hot big data startups to watch

Big data startups are building viable products that target real-world problems, and most are well-funded with solid management teams. Here are 10 to watch

25 must-have technologies for small businesses

Running a small business can be extremely stressful, but these 25 must-have technologies will help your SMB succeed

6 secrets to a successful BYOD rollout

The very notion of BYOD makes many CIOs and IT managers nervous. Here are six things to prepare for

25 essential business apps for Android

Plenty of business-related tasks are moving to smartphones, including expense tracking, social media, and even on-the-go invoicing. Here are 25 essential apps for Android

7 steps to social media stardom

Many enterprises have started to treat social media tools as mission-critical, which means not mastering them could impede your career

10 ways to make Android faster, more productive, and more secure than the iPhone

Android's openness and large market share make it a target for attackers, but with a little tweaking, you can speed up, optimize, and secure the mobile OS

How the cloud democratizes and complicates disaster recovery

When it comes to disaster recovery, the cloud has both lowered the entry barriers and given smaller businesses what could be a dangerous sense of false security

4 reasons Windows Phone 7 will beat iPhone and Android

IDC predicts Microsoft will capture more than 20 percent of the market by 2015, moving ahead of iOS and behind only Android

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