General Computing Executive Commentary

  1. 5 Must-Haves For Surveillance Solutions For Public Transportation Vehicles
    8/19/2014

    2013 marked the eighth year in row that more than 10 billion trips were taken on public transportation systems nationwide, and that number is showing no signs of slowing down. As ridership figures have grown exponentially so too has criminal activity, including crimes against passengers and employees, fare evasion, revenue theft by employees, and crimes against transit property such as vandalism and graffiti, all of which further complicate the role of the transit security official and transit system administrators.

  2. Does Your Brand Translate From Traditional To Online Media?
    8/14/2014

    As consumers move toward digital media for brand information, it’s the perfect time to reassess how a brand translates from traditional media to online media. A consumer’s opinion about any brand is shaped from the moment they enter the brand search term, or related keywords in any search engine — such as Google or Yahoo. The impact of these search results on the consumer perception of the brand is known as Search Perception Impact (SPI).

  3. Ask The Consultant: How Do I Manage My Energy To Sustain A High Level Of Productivity?
    8/14/2014

    My short answer is this: improve your focus, habits, exercise, nutrition, and sleep in ways that help you.

  4. How To Make Channel Incentive Programs A True Win-Win
    8/14/2014

    The speed at which technology is creating new products and services is increasing exponentially. For resellers — particularly those in the IT sector — this nets out to increased pressure not only to sell, but to stay abreast of a constant stream of technological advancements.

  5. How To Preserve Your Data Protection Business With Customers Distracted By Shiny Baubles
    8/14/2014

    Since data protection remains one of the biggest issues for customers today — both as a recurring growth and upgrade product opportunity — resellers can unfortunately get derailed by “new” offerings on the market. Customers constantly urge their seasoned and trusted resellers to get them information about the new, hyped-up data protection offerings as well as those that are well-known and established without distinction for which kind it is. Resellers can spend both unnecessary time and non-profit forays getting caught up in the latest shiny baubles that widen the eyes of their customers.

  6. 4 Commonly Overlooked Recurring Revenue Streams In Mobility
    8/14/2014

    VARs today are being tasked with expanding their services menu in order to keep up with the industry-wide evolution from a model that’s product-focused to one that is more centered on technology services. Even though layering a robust offering of services and solutions on top of core products has quickly become the name of the game, many VARs still focus too heavily on cellular connectivity solutions when building out their mobility practice, which can cause them to miss the bigger picture.

  7. How To Combat Encryption Sprawl
    8/11/2014

    Encryption isn’t new, but it is gaining new momentum. Used for decades in the financial and defense industries, encryption is on the rise again due in part to recent privacy concerns, aggressive data breaches, and laws regarding the disclosure of those breaches. Organizations from small to large are now seeing encryption technology not just as a nice-to-have but as a must-have.

  8. Safe City Technologies Turn Information Into Action
    8/11/2014

    Homeland security initiatives are on the rise, thanks in large part to a growing concern over terrorist activity, according to a new report by Transparency Market Research.

  9. Tips For Using Storage To Enable A Business
    8/11/2014

    In industries with some of the biggest data storage challenges — broadcast, media, retail, geospatial, and many others — many companies don’t refer to their data as “data” anymore.  They refer to it as “content,” “assets,” or “information.” 

  10. The Current IT Industry Sales Model Is Officially Broken
    8/11/2014

    I surely have not been alone in watching the demise of the IT sales model over the past several years, and I believe the time has come to officially declare it broken and possibly beyond repair in its current state.

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