Using managed services, cloud services, and internal IT support can be the best of all worlds.
What Changes In The Wearables Market Mean For Healthcare IT Solutions Providers
A shift in healthcare focus from the hospital to the patient home means opportunities for VARs in a growing area of technology.
White House Requests EHR Help From Developers In Blue Button Initiative
The White House has announced an appeal to developers to pull recruits for their open source community. The goal is to expand the adoption of interoperable EHRs.
Taking Security-as-a-Service To New Levels
An MSSP’s (managed security services provider’s) ability to quickly assess and implement a PCI-compliant security solution was critical to winning a 4,500-location security implementation with a retailer.
Business-Grade BDR: What Really Matters?
With so many BDR (backup and disaster recovery) solutions to choose from, it’s important that IT service providers understand the key selection and selling points between business- and consumer-grade options.
Automation Helps MSP Manage Client Services
A professional services automation (PSA) tool has helped this MSP improve visibility into client services and assets.
Sub-$1300 All-In-One POS Terminals Product Review - Table Of Contents
A VAR evaluates 7 sub-$1,300 all-in-one POS terminals and shares the pros and cons of each.
For us veterans in the telecommunications game, we envisioned doctors guiding surgeries remotely, communities of students learning from teachers who lectured from a distance, and businesses producing with a workforce that connected and collaborated from any geography. There was virtually no limit to the potential we saw, nor to the future we set out to create. The destination was grand, but the pathway proved frustratingly narrow. The infrastructure at that time simply could not sustain the weight of our ambition. As a result, the anticipated rollout of these futuristic applications stumbled and faltered. Since then, these capabilities have greatly remained on the shelf — that is, until now.
Three current developments in data protection give us a fairly clear picture of what the future holds for backup and recovery in IT. Consider these three advances the short, medium, and long views on trends that we will see ahead. Like most scenes, sometimes we see just those things we want to, but these three advancements will have unmistaken advantages. Do not bother wearing a hat, because the trend winds will blow them away. Your brain should be fine, though.
As a new, lighter point of sale (POS) approach emerges, POS solutions no longer require PCs to operate. Depending on a system’s configuration, the new POS model can leverage thin clients such as tablets, handhelds, and IP-enabled cash drawers to bring flexibility and convenience to in-store transactions.
September is National Preparedness Month (NPM), which is a great opportunity to talk to your customers and prospects about protecting their businesses.
How do I empower my team to make decisions on their own, look at the whole picture of the problem, and bring it to resolution?
Is Your Business Ready For The Selfie Evolution? Whether you take them or not, the selfie is a major part of the media in our everyday lives. We now live in a world where text messaging and mobile apps like Snapchat, WhatsApp,
Today’s CIOs and IT organizations are under a great deal of pressure to get it done with fewer resources and more accountability. As a managed services provider (MSP) you are well positioned to help corporations, big and small, solve real business challenges using technology to build advantage, gain efficiency and demonstrate results and compliance. But, to make this happen you must have the right technology and partners in play, and that includes enterprise-class IT operations capabilities.
Not having a risk assessment strategy in place for data is similar to having no fire safety or evacuation plans in an office. It’s important that channel partners make sure their customers aren’t putting their data at risk from potential hazards and downtime.
RSPA stands for Retail Solutions Providers Association. We are the only association dedicated to the retail technology industry.
Harbortouch is a leading national provider of touch-screen point of sale (POS) systems and payment processing services. As pioneers of the “as a service” model, Harbortouch offers an unprecedented “free” POS program that allows the company’s sales partners to offer a full-featured POS system with no up-front costs.
Axis is an IT company offering network video solutions for professional installations. The company is the global market leader in network video, driving the ongoing shift from analog to digital video surveillance. Axis products and solutions focus on security surveillance and remote monitoring, and are based on innovative, open technology platforms.
ConnectWise is the leading business management solution designed exclusively for technology organizations, such as IT solution providers, MSPs, software companies, hardware/software resellers, and System Integrators.
SATO America, Inc.
Today, SATO continues its tradition of designing and manufacturing high-quality industrial printers that deliver reliable performance with each print job.
CharTec is the SMB channel's leading provider of recurring revenue based training for sales, operations, leadership, and marketing. Its 20,000 square foot MSP and IT training facility is the largest in North America and is integrated into a thriving multi-million dollar MSP.
HP Slate 21 Pro All-in-One
Plug in, turn on, and get down to business.
Honeywell 1400g Area-Imaging Scanner
The Honeywell Voyager 1400g Area-Imaging Scanner is a hand-held linear scanner providing omnidirectional reading of linear bar codes. The 1400g is able to be upgraded to enable PDF and 2D barcode scanning at purchase or any time after.
Honeywell Marathon Field Computer
The Honeywell Marathon is a field computer designed to assist mobile workers in the successful execution of every critical step of their day. It packs all the mission-critical features and connectivity demanded by mobile workers into an IP65-rated fully-rugged design.
Motorola DS4208-HC Scanner
The DS4208-HC corded imager from Motorola allows hospitals and clinics to quickly and easily capture and verify a wealth of data at the point of care, and beyond. The automated capture of information required by emerging healthcare laws enables cost-effective compliance with new government regulations.
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