General Computing Executive Commentary

  1. 5 Ways To Make Your Client’s Cloud Storage Meet Today’s Requirements

    Here are five ways to make sure your portfolio includes the enterprise storage capabilities that are most in demand.

  2. How To Do Real-Time Analytics The Right Way

    Many businesses are pushing their IT departments to not just adopt Big Data solutions, but to enact real-time analytics operations. While the benefits are certainly genuine, real-time analytics can be a complicated topic, with many companies doing it incorrectly or for the wrong reasons. With the demand for real-time analytics seemingly growing daily among numerous different types of industries, businesses need to understand the difference between doing it the right away and doing it poorly.

  3. Mobile Content Is Getting Enterprise Attention

    Enterprises have been looking at mobile ECM for a while, but AIIM’s CEO John Mancini believes is the time for the channel to get serious about the technology as the market continues to expand.

  4. 5 Reasons A Security Command Center Is Crucial To Higher Education

    Today’s campus environments require a variety of systems to manage the vast amount of data, evolving security needs, and a growing number of assets that must be protected on a daily basis. To accomplish this, colleges and universities should look at a number of ways technology can help address safety and security needs.

  5. Early 2016 Predictions For Digital Signage

    The end of summer is always bittersweet. Back to school time marks the end of vacation weeks, long weekends, barbecues and for most people, the opportunity to wear shorts. Here in Florida where shorts are always appropriate, it means only five more weeks of oppressive heat until we return to climate paradise. Of course, that is in turn balanced by living in a driving hell, as overmedicated snowbirds clog our roadways and change lanes without signaling. On the bright side, those swerving Cadillacs also signal that football season is under way, which makes it time to get the jump on the digital signage prediction cycle.

  6. The Top 4 Features Of An E-Signature Solution

    The goal of moving to a fully digital signing workflow is to increase operational efficiency, while making it easier for people to do business with your company. To help your IT clients achieve maximum benefits in these areas, an electronic signature must to do more than just enable your customers, partners, and employees to electronically sign documents anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

  7. Right-Sized Security Training — The Case For The Learning Burst

    Most of us aren’t weekend warriors, logging extensive hours of training for the next marathon.  But, we look forward to walking the dog, biking around the neighborhood, or a round of golf.  And when we worry that we’re not exercising enough, we can reassure ourselves that short bursts of exercise are just as good, perhaps better. Fortunately, studies indicate that short bursts and interval training help people burn fat and increase fitness levels, even in 15-20 minute sessions.

  8. The Top 3 Tech Needs In Higher Education This School Year

    An annual study by Wakefield Research for VitalSource Technologies found that 44 percent of students don’t go more than 10 minutes without using some form of technology during an average school day. Knowing the prevalence among students to use technology throughout the day is so high, why not meet them on common ground when trying to connect? Schools have an opportunity to not only enhance the connected campus experience, but also to reduce costs and improve operations as well. Reduced maintenance technology that supplants dinosaur devices or practices can save colleges and universities countless time and money through an overall low total cost of ownership.

  9. Born In The Cloud: The Next Generation Of Call Center Technology

    As more and more companies are shifting gears and jumping on board with cloud technology, the contact center industry is making the switch as well. Cloud computing technology has made it possible for call centers to forego the need to increase staff numbers and the routine headaches that are all too often associated with hardware and software (we’ve all been there).

  10. 4 Ways To Protect Small Businesses From Data Loss

    Since 2004,, a national public service campaign by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has recognized September as National Preparedness Month. As the month comes to a close, we remind you to stress with your clients that businesses should be prepared year-round for disaster. This is an opportunity for IT solution providers and SMBs alike to re-focus their efforts on ensuring that their data and critical business infrastructure are protected, should catastrophe strike.