Not only do healthcare providers generate enormous amounts of data, but retrieving that data for patient care and complying with regulations to retain that data — as well as regulations for data protection — necessitates the correct backup and storage solution. Jeff Pearring, president of CHATR, a Brooklyn, NY-based reseller, says, “This puts a huge strain on a hospital’s ability to meet requirements. It would mean warehouses full of paper.”
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The home page of Junior Achievement of New York (JANY) states it “Teaches Young People About Money Management and How Business Works.” Well, JANY nearly learned the ultimate lesson in both when they experienced catastrophic system failure. And what’s worse? They and their mManaged service provider (MSP) did all the right preparations!
By Darrin Swan
Trying to survive on product margins has been a losing proposition for years, but an equally poor business choice is to offer just a portion of the key IT services that customers require. Comprehensive services are the lifeblood of your business, and MSPs have a prime opportunity to differentiate themselves and expand business by taking a holistic approach.
By Mark Winter
Lucrative managed service agreements are the Holy Grail for solution providers, generating incremental recurring revenue. When multiplied over many clients, these services can swiftly add up to sizable, predictable monthly incomes.
By Sheldon D’Paiva
Storage silos have long ruled the traditional datacenter. Businesses have been purchasing separate primary and secondary storage systems — and for good reason. The end users of business critical applications such as email and databases demand the performance that primary storage systems deliver.
By John Gallagher
Cloud is a hot topic right now. It seems most businesses are making the move to the cloud: servers are moving to the cloud, data is stored in the cloud, and applications and services are hosted from the cloud. Collectively, organizations have made the cloud “mission critical” for their overall business operations, including reliance on the cloud for disaster recovery.
By Rick McFarland
An analyst recently asked me about the benefits of working with an independent technology provider — compared to a huge vendor partner — in the contact center space. It may seem counter intuitive to some, but when contemplating whether it’s better to work with a larger-scale “mega-provider,” your answer should be no.
How Patch Management Can Make You More Money
Keeping software up-to-date is a critical component of computer and business security. Most of all vulnerabilities are in third-party software. However, keeping all software current can be an overwhelming task for your customers, which is why it often gets neglected, but in turn, becomes a great opportunity for you..
Now there is an easy tool for automatic patch management, Software Updater, which is integrated in F-Secure Protection Service for Business. Software Updater offers you an easy and automatic way to deploy security updates for the operating system and third party software.
Please Join Mike Monocello, editor in chief of Business Solutions magazine; Jeremy Merrick, director of channel sales at F-Secure; and Michael Wong, sales engineer at F-Secure; on July 15th at 1:30 EST for this informative session on how to easily make more money from offering a simple solution for patch management.
Channel Transitions, powered by Business Solutions Magazine, is a one-day education and networking conference designed to help VAR/MSP executives learn how to best implement and manage the "as a Service" model. The event will feature real-world, nuts-and-bolts, headaches-and-heartaches discussions and success stories on the transition.