General Computing Magazine

  1. Get Rich On IP Video Sales

    This article profiles how one Midwestern VAR achieved hard-to-believe growth riding the burgeoning market for cloud-based security-as-a-service.

  2. Thrive As A POS VAR: Here’s How

    During last month’s RSPA RetailNOW 2012, one message was repeatedly hammered home by speakers and roundtable panelists: The world of retail technology is changing, and those who don’t change with it will be left behind.

  3. 30 Days To Double-Digit Revenue Growth

    This MSP changed its business model and became more profitable with fewer customers.

  4. Big Data, Big Opportunities For The Channel

    Virtualization, cloud technology, and the explosion of enterprise data present an opening for integrated data management offerings.

  5. Double-Digit Videoconferencing Growth Bodes Well For VARs

    With a smaller learning curve and technology advancements, videoconferencing is finally ready to live up to its hype for the channel.

  6. VAR Partners With Distributor For Million-Dollar VoIP Install

    With assistance from its distributor partner, CTI Technology slashes months from an 86-site VoIP implementation.

  7. Warning: Enterprise Cloud Is Not A One-Size-Fits-All Solution

    Depending on your customers’ requirements, you may need to partner with several cloud providers to ensure you’re offering the right solution. By Jay McCall, Business Solutions Magazine

  8. Beyond Security: IP Camera Capabilities Create New Opportunities For VARs

    With a focus on innovation, today’s IP cameras can be used in creative new ways to solve customer problems.

  9. How To Overcome Cloud Security Objections In 5 Minutes

    IBM announced recently that it banned the use of DropBox for corporate use due to security concerns. Around the same time, it was also reported that presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s personal cloud storage account was hacked.

  10. Succeed With Backup And Storage In The Cloud

    Complexity of cloud-based solutions gives VARs and MSPs a chance to serve a consultative role. When it comes to storage and backup and disaster recovery (BDR) solutions, the focus for most companies now is on how to leverage cloud-based, virtualized, and hosted solutions to ensure the security of their data.