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  1. CompTIA 6th Annual State Of The Channel Report

    CompTIA's 6th Annual State of the Channel provides an overview of the size, shape and growth factors of the information technology (IT) industry's indirect channel.

  2. The Myths Of Enterprise Mobile Development

    Enterprise mobility first-timers encounter various barriers at different stages of the process. Some easy to overcome if you plan well and keep in mind the most common obstacles. Following are some misconceptions we’ve seen IT managers come across when running enterprise mobility projects. By Nic Grange, CTO, Retriever Communications

  3. RSPA President’s Note – October 2016

    Well, they say that everything is bigger and better in Texas. By Kelly Funk, President, RSPA

  4. The Channel's Role In Delivering A Secure Thin Client Deployment

    It’s a story becoming too familiar, but no less scary. The latest wrinkle from the Yahoo security breach is the fear of credential stuffing in which cybercriminals use leaked username and password combinations on websites to find matches. By Jeff Kalberg, Chief Technology Evangelist, IGEL Technology North America

  5. 4 Questions To Ask About Cloud Uptime

    If your company has ever experienced a system outage, you understand the impact of downtime and its potential to disrupt your business as well as your bottom line. By Rob Curls, solutions consultant, Concerto Cloud Services

  6. Preparing To Dominate

    RSPA President and CEO opens annual event with a challenge to attendees to disrupt, then deliver

  7. Preparing To Deliver: RetailNOW 2016’s Exhibit Hall Delivers A Big Dose Of Disruption

    With Kelly Funk’s emphatic plea to the RetailNOW audience to deliver in order to dominate fresh on the mind, the 2016 RetailNOW show floor opened on Monday, August 1 with a flood of show goers pouring through the doors of Longhorn ABC. By Amber Murdock, RSPA

  8. Common MSP Pricing Mistakes

    When a new MSP opens, the owner has a list of tasks to conquer: business licensing, insurance, sales appointments, marketing, and cash flow. With the excitement of new customers and the flurry of activity, how to price the services is the furthest thing from conscious thought.

  9. Preventative Network Security Measures Your Customers Often Neglect

    The old saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” and that’s particularly true when talking about digital security. If you work in the tech industry security practices have no doubt become second nature to you. Your customers, on the other hand, may not be so savvy.

  10. New Opportunities, Shifting Business Models And The Open Platform Community

    The security industry is once again on the edge of significant market shifts. This is a familiar position for an industry that, within just a few decades, already weathered substantial core technology and business moves. The growing-pain-laden steps from analog and closed circuit to digital and network-based technology have moved the industry forward in countless ways. The migration has been remarkable and is continuing to accelerate.