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  1. Why You Should Make Your Customers’ Compliance Your Business
    1/8/2015

    A company’s IT and business decisions are affected by dozens of regulations and standards. These can slow or even stall the decision making process. Successful IT solutions providers know which mandates a customer is subject to and how to bring them into compliance.

  2. What Role Can IT Solutions Providers Play With Social Media Initiatives?
    1/8/2015

    As social media becomes a significant part of business operations, enterprises question what role IT should play. Though marketing and communications are the primary objectives of social tools, these are carried out over the Internet, so naturally IT is expected to get involved

  3. How To Have A Successful Telecom-IT Partnership
    1/8/2015

    Creating and maintaining telecom and IT partnerships are becoming more challenging as these sectors merge and expand. CompTIA shares ways to foster successful partnerships in its Quick Guide to Telecom and IT Partnerships based on a joint study by CompTIA and Channel Partners.

  4. 7 Steps To Successfully Providing Big Data Solutions
    1/7/2015

    More and more, companies are interested in what Big Data analytics can do for them. According to research from GE and Accenture, “Industrial Internet Insights Report for 2015,”93 percent of companies responding feel newcomers to their industries are leveraging Big Data, and 89 percent say companies that don’t adopt a Big Data analytics strategy could lose ground.

  5. How To Make BYOD Security Easy For The User
    1/7/2015

    “Bring your own device” (BYOD) is an emerging trend in the IT industry. It provides an option for companies to allow their employees to bring their own devices like laptops and tablets to the workplace and enables the option for users to avoid the limitation of working only from the workplace — employees can choose to work from home with provided access. Most companies are moving to BYOD models since it reduces the cost of the company for device purchase.

  6. What Every Financial Services IT Solutions Provider Needs To Know About Cybersecurity
    1/7/2015

    Most IT organizations (both in house and outsourced) that support financial services businesses tend to look to regulations as their rulebook to ensure security and keep the auditors off their backs. However, I take a different approach. Not only should the IT organization support the institution’s fiduciary responsibilities but also assist with keeping the company’s name out of negative press due to a breach or data leakage.

  7. EMV Migration Solution Helps Kiosk Software Provider Achieve EMV Compliance
    1/7/2015

    Consumers have come to expect the freedom to conduct a payment transaction at their own convenience and on their own terms – whether on a tablet, mobile phone, at work in front of their PC, or at a kiosk. While the origins of kiosks pre-date any connected device – more sophisticated kiosks are a growing trend and business – particularly in-store.

  8. Wasp’s Accuracy Takes The Pain Out Of Asset Tracking
    1/6/2015

    MCS Digital is Australia’s leading specialist provider of mission critical mobile radio communications.  For more than three decades, MCS Digital has focused on design, delivery and support of mission critical communications equipment and systems in Australia and New Zealand. With a combined focus of reliability and quality, MCS Digital’s experience extends across a wide range of industry sectors, with expertise in high risk and hazardous environments.

  9. Vital Steps For Sales Success In 2015
    1/5/2015

    This article is going to address some numbers that most salespeople and business owners overlook. But, these are truly the vital numbers, or metrics, that will spell tremendous success for you and/or your team in 2015. Most of us recall the old mantra of “calls plus demos equals sales.” And, that’s true, but it is not as effective a philosophy today as it was back in the last century.

  10. IT Security Should Be The Top Priority For MSPs
    1/5/2015

    To completely secure a customer’s computing environment, managed services providers (MSPs) must first secure their own. It sounds obvious, but for many MSPs, practicing what they preach isn’t a high priority. 

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