Small Business Tech Tools

Small Business Tech Tools

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National Small Business Week recognizes the nation’s top small businesses and entrepreneurs. And with tens of millions of Americans now mandated to work from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, having the right gear has never been more important. Technology Expert Marc Saltzman and KillerApps.com partnered with a few companies to share some of his top tech tools for small businesses.

For business, a laptop is your most critical tool.  The HP Elite Dragonfly is an ultra-light convertible business laptop which delivers an exceptionally unique, cutting-edge experience. Starting at just over two pounds, the Elite Dragonfly gives a new level of freedom to get work done anywhere. It features a stunning dragonfly blue finish, an optional UHD HDR display, and advanced security to keep you safe and productive wherever the day takes you. With over 80% of all mechanical parts made of recycled materials, the Elite Dragonfly contains ocean-bound plastics in the speaker covers, and the outer box packaging is 100 percent sustainably sourced.  For more information, visit HP.com.

As for a new printer, you want something that’s fast, reliable and doesn’t break the bank!  The HP Neverstop Laser offers more toner in-box delivering up to 7X more pages than in-class lasers, as well as no cartridge replacement interruptions with up to 5,000 pages of printing included before your first toner reload. With less than 1 cent per page with legendary quality, it offers lowest cost for Original HP Toner in-class. It allows you to save every time you reload; HP Toner Reload Kits cost less, with up to 2.5X more pages compared to in-class HP cartridges and quickly restores toner levels with up to 2,500 pages – no mess, no stress.  Available for purchase at HP.com.

Reliable internet connectivity and phone service is vital for small businesses.  Ooma Connect is a game-changing solution for SMBs that struggle with slow, overpriced internet service and unreliable phone connections. Two million businesses in the U.S., according to a report commissioned by Ooma, are hobbled by sub-standard internet service (50 megabits per second or less). Ooma Connect is a wireless alternative, delivering internet and phone service through a nationwide LTE-Advanced network, that is often much less expensive than slow DSL and satellite services. Because Ooma Connect is easy to set up anywhere, businesses can also quickly launch non-traditional locations such as pop-up stores and kiosks.  For more information and to purchase, visit Ooma.com

To check out everything featured, visit KillerApps.com.

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