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  1. Does The AMA EHR Rating Have Any Value To You And Your Healthcare IT Clients?

    EHR vendors are questioning the value and validity of the American Medical Association’s EHR rating system.

  2. Are Wristbands Passé? Keep An Eye On The Wearables Revolution

    Even in the healthcare space, where innovative applications of mHealth are far from uncommon, the discussion of wearables generally centers on wristbands and watches. A recent event in Finland, however, is pushing us all to look beyond that.

  3. Michael Gerber, Business Solutions Announce Webinar Series For VARs And MSPs

    Business Solutions and renowned small business author Michael Gerber have formed an educational partnership designed to benefit the entire channel. Beginning in December, Gerber will co-produce with Business Solutions a series of free webinars designed for VAR, MSP, and ISV executives.

  4. FTC Emphasizes Need For IoT Security

    The Federal Trade Commission is stressing the importance of security with Internet of Things (IoT) solutions.

  5. VARs: Must The EMV Solutions You Are Providing Accept PINs?

    As U.S. consumers began using EMV cards this fall, many retailers began to push for the use of personal identification numbers (PINs) along with the new chip credit cards to create an additional layer of security to protected financial information.

  6. Jim Collins Talks Greatness At Ingram Micro ONE

    Jim Collins’ books are pretty much required reading for the business world. The man’s works, including Good to Great, are highly regarded as some of the best continuing ed for aspiring business leaders. Last week I was lucky to be among the 2,000 Ingram Micro ONE attendees to be able to hear Collins speak for almost two hours. During that time, his presentation covered 12 questions to ask yourself, your team, and business that can help the business reach “greatness.”

  7. What You Missed At Ingram Micro ONE Fall 2015

    Last week I was one of 2,000 people who attended the Ingram Micro ONE fall conference in Nashville. I have 10 full pages of notes from the event. Following are some highlights I thought you’d find valuable, along with my commentary.

  8. IRT Retail Tech Spending Report: Budget For mPOS, Digital Signage, Wi-Fi, Security

    Cloud adoption is up, inventory visibility is down, and mobile point of sale (POS) is ever increasing, according to Innovative Retail Technologies’ report Retail Tech Spending 2016: The Digitization Of The Physical Domain. The report, conducted every third quarter of the year since 2005, surveys IRT subscribers on their tech spending plans for the next year.

  9. How Big Is The Gap Between Users And Developers On c?

    Bluebox Security surveyed more than 400 consumers and 300 developers and found that there is an immense gap between consumer expectations and developer investment in mobile application security. In general, the survey found users trust mobile apps they utilize on a regular basis, but developers admit these apps are not often secure.

  10. Per Device, Per User, User-Centric: How Successful MSPs Price Their Offerings

    Is it best to price your managed services offerings per device, per user — or using a different model? At Channel Transitions VAR/MSP Executive Conference, powered by Business Solutions, members of the managed services provider (MSP) panel Greg Zolkos, CEO of Atlas Professional Services, Jason Etheridge, president and CEO of Logic Speak, and Tom Clancy, co-founder of Valiant Technology, told which pricing models their companies use and why.