Security experts were among the panelists at First Data’s Cyber Security Symposium, “Commerce in the Crosshairs: Solutions to the Growing Threat.” The symposium, held in New York on March 18, was First Data’s first event on the topic. The first panel of the day featured John Watters, CEO of iSIGHT Partners, and Art Coviello, executive chairman of RSA Security.
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With so many options available, it’s vital to select the right remote monitoring and management platform and companion services. You need a solution that allows you to service customers of all sizes, plus a provider who helps drive revenue without hiring additional staff.
By Mike Monocello, editor in chief
In the morning session today at the Motorola Channel Partner Expo 2014, March 23 to 25, in Las Vegas, Mark Moon, executive vice president and president of sales & product operations at Motorola Solutions, addressed the company’s partners.
The shift towards IP-based video surveillance solutions has been going on since the first network camera was introduced in 1996. Despite the benefits of going IP, analog technology is still entrenched in some markets and segments.
By Mike Monocello, editor in chief
Last night, I had the opportunity to speak with Bill Cates, senior director of global channels strategies programs and operations for Motorola Solutions, to find out more about the changes to the company’s PartnerEmpower channel program.
By Kyp Walls
Today, according to analysts at IDC, more tablets are sold globally than both desktop PCs and laptops combined. It’s easy to see why — tablets can offer processing power, connectivity, functionality, and performance capabilities comparable to those of a desktop computer, while being a good deal lighter and more portable than even a laptop.
By Frank DeFina
The cloud has dramatically broadened the potential for video, access control, and related security systems to proliferate on the enterprise level for numerous reasons. Aside from the overall advancements in both hardware and software technologies, the cloud presents a much more viable economic model for users to benefit from what can be complex and expensive software solutions.
By Luke Walling
Practically everyone has been taking their mobile phones to work since they infiltrated our lives a few decades ago. Initially they stayed in our coat pockets or bags, or rested quietly on our desks, but they’ve since evolved beyond a means for simple voice or text conversations. Back then our mobile phones were personal and not for work. But as the devices themselves have changed, times have changed as well.
By Bernadette Wilson, associate editor
When EMS Barcode Solutions began providing solutions about 20 years ago, business primarily consisted of selling hardware. Eric Sutter, founder and chief strategist for EMS Barcode Solutions, explains, though, things have changed.
By Stephen Joseph
Stephen Joseph of Axis Communications gives four reasons to fall in love with the banking vertical. They include opportunity due to a low conversion from analog to IP video surveillance in the past and banks' interest in smart technology to compensate for shrinking staffs.
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