General Computing Executive Commentary

  1. Anytime, Anywhere Communications: A Host Of Opportunities
    9/26/2014

    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.

  2. Viewing New Trends Driving Backup And Recovery — No Hats Allowed
    9/26/2014

    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.

  3. 5 Tips For A “Ready” Approach To Disaster Recovery Planning
    9/25/2014

    September is National Preparedness Month (NPM), which is a great opportunity to talk to your customers and prospects about protecting their businesses.

  4. Ask Coach: How Do I Empower My Team To Solve Problems? (Part 3)
    9/25/2014

    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?

  5. Interactive Kiosk Communications Is A Fit For All Industries
    9/25/2014

    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,

  6. Channel Opportunity: Most Businesses Don’t Have A Regularly Tested DR Strategy
    9/25/2014

    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.

  7. Ask Coach: How Do I Empower My Team To Solve Problems? (Part 2)
    9/22/2014

    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?

  8. Characteristics Of A Successful Employee
    9/18/2014

    In addition to being a fairly unique company, Easy Office Phone, a provider of cloud-based business phone services for Canada and the United States founded in 2005, also has a terrific corporate culture, good camaraderie, and a general sense of fun — but we’re not for everyone, and working here calls for some specific traits. 

  9. Flash Storage: Where The Opportunity Lies For The Channel
    9/16/2014

    Storage technology — and the way it will need to be sold in the future — is changing. Adoption of flash storage is growing apace as enterprises are increasingly attracted to the benefits it offers over traditional hardware. Indeed, IDC predicts that the global market for flash storage will continue its growth to $4.5 billion in 2015. However this new era, rather than being seen as a threat to traditional revenue streams for resellers of traditional storage hardware, in fact presents a whole new level of opportunity for the savvy reseller.

  10. The Internet Of Things: Why The Future Is In Your Pocket
    9/16/2014

    The Internet has developed significantly since it first came onto the scene thirty years ago. At its start, surfing was nonexistent and Internet/processor speeds were atrocious. Now, fast forward to today, the Internet isn’t even recognizable. Websites are more interactive than ever, advanced analytics can track website users, and almost every person has access to some basic level of Internet connection.

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