Recent innovations in wearable technology have caused a tremendous transformation of the learning and teaching process. As an educational tool, wearable technology has great potential to can provide opportunities for students to learn faster and access information more efficiently.
Pew Online Canvassing Reveals Potential Impacts To Internet Use
According to the 2014 Future of the Internet canvassing, Internet analysts and other respondents answered questions in a manner that suggests concerns that in the next decade, there could be changes that alter the way the Internet works.
NTIA Seeks Comments On Big Data Impact
The U.S. Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is seeking public comment on how developments related to Big Data impact the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights.
From Flat To Flourishing: The Smart Way To Grow POS Revenue
This retail VAR discovered innovative ways to bundle customers’ legacy POS equipment with professional and payment processing services, which is leading to $500,000 in projected revenue growth this year.
How Using Video-as-a-Service Can Strengthen Customer Relationships
This security integrator is realizing the advantages of a recurring revenue model.
Defeating Goliath In The Cloud BDR Arena
An MSP’s consultative sales approach helps it unseat a multibillion-dollar competitor to win a cloud BDR (backup and disaster recovery) project worth $8,000 per month.
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.
Sales executives have perennially shown anxiety regarding the quality of data available to them. Questions like “Should we hire more salespeople?” or “Should we get more leads?” are constantly revolving around in the minds of those professionals responsible for managing sales forces and sales processes. I believe that most of these decisions are made with bad data. Stop and think about it for a second.
Technology historians tell us that the idea of cloud computing dates back to at least the mid-’90s. That may be true, but the term’s more likely been in vogue since Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud hit the market 10 years later. In the years since, there’s been a steady and ever-growing migration to this model.
With its ability to provide infrastructure access, make applications more affordable, eliminate implementation cost and complexity and increase speed, the cloud is becoming the primary delivery platform for businesses.
The future of managed services is as bright as it has ever been. A study by consulting firm MarketsandMarkets projects the industry to jump from $14.75 billion in 2013 to $265.05 billion in 2018. That’s about a 1700 percent increase. While this is incredible news, dramatic growth predictions like this often change the dynamics of an industry, making it much more competitive. And for managed service providers (MSPs), the dynamics are changing fast.
When it comes to selling managed services, most managed services providers (MSPs) understand the benefits to the customers — less downtime, more scalability, and predictable monthly IT costs, all for a fair price. Where many MSPs struggle is predicting how much time they’re going to invest in monitoring and troubleshooting customers’ IT assets and then establishing a monthly price based on that estimate.
Meaningful Use Stage 2 compliance is the number one issue facing healthcare IT professionals in 2014 and 2015. An important requirement for certification is tracking medication from order to administration using assistive technologies. The most common assistive technology is bar code scanning.
Is your professional business growing? Great! You’re in very good company. While the professional service sector makes up only 12 percent of the U.S. economy, it is responsible for almost one in four new jobs being created in this recovery — so stand proud you’re doing your part twice over!
You’ve hired a new employee: congratulations! It took hours of work and lots of expense to make that happen, and your team is relieved to know help is on the way. The new employee is excited too. They show up on day one, ready and eager to begin the next chapter of their working lives. But there’s just one problem: nothing was prepared. The receptionist doesn’t know who they are; their manager isn’t at that location; and they have no desk, computer or phone. At this point they are beginning to think they may have made a bad choice.
|If you feel like EMV is currently a point of frustration with the distant hope of turning into something lucrative, you’re not alone.||Channel leaders discuss trends you can take advantage of to help grow your business.|
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.
SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX), a Fortune 500 corporation, is a leading business process services company, servicing resellers, retailers and original equipment manufacturers in multiple regions around the world. The Company provides services in IT distribution, supply chain management, contract assembly and global business services. Founded in 1980, SYNNEX employs approximately 49,000 full-time and part-time associates worldwide.
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.
Datto Inc. is an award-winning vendor of backup, disaster recovery (BDR) and intelligent business continuity solutions, providing best-in-class technology and support to its 5,000+ channel Partners throughout North America and Europe. Datto is the only hybrid-cloud BDR vendor that provides instant on- and off-site virtualization of servers and workstations, achieved through its Inverse Chain Technology.
Creditcall makes card acceptance simple from any device, anywhere. Whether attended, unattended, online or mobile payments, our award-winning EMV-ready payment gateway and EMV Migration solutions are at the very heart of our clients’ businesses, ensuring payments flow – all day, every day.
Dell Software Inc.
Dell provides end-to-end solutions leveraging our combined breadth and depth of software and system competencies. We enable partners to differentiate their offerings and drive recurring revenue generating IT as a Service (ITaaS). These offerings will accelerate customer onboarding, ensure cost-effective scalability and heterogeneous manageability across a broad range of ITaaS workloads for Enterprise and SMB customers.
Tecton Mobile Computer
Leading supply chains require mobile computing solutions that meet the needs of the user, the demands of a warehouse environment, and the speed of today’s enterprise.
Zebra ZM400™ Printer
The ZM400 and ZM600 printers bring added flexibility to the popular Z Series platform, which has always stood out from the competition in terms of both performance and price.
Dolphin 60s Scanphone
Dolphin 60s, a part of Honeywell’s scanphone line, was specifically built to facilitate quick, reliable and secure access to business critical data.
Marathon Field Computer
For mobile workers, the successful execution of every step in that day’s shift is critical. Every completed service call, every first response, every product shipped, every single decision made in the field can either bring you closer to your destination or cause a setback for both mobile worker and customer.
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