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  1. 4 Ways Automation Improves Business Productivity

    Productivity is something everyone aims to improve upon. Whether you are a business owner, part of the sales team, handle customer service, or manage the organization’s IT infrastructure, there is always room to improve.

  2. The Risk Of Dis-Unified Communications

    There is little doubt the cloud has come to the forefront of information technology. As such, more and more businesses are adopting the cloud for communications applications. By Scott Kinka, CTO, Evolve IP

  3. Demand For Cloud Services Is Ascendant As Dominance Of On Premises Email Hosting Comes To A Close

    For service providers like ISPs, HSPs, and telcos that provide email solutions to end users — and even for businesses managing their own email servers in-house — the message is clear. By Ben Duncan, Founder & CTO, atmail

  4. Enterprise Mobility: Conquering The Battle Between Cost And Quality With Low-Code

    Enterprise mobility and the use of mobile applications to do mission-critical work are no longer new. Not at all. By Malcolm Ross, VP of Product Marketing, Appian

  5. Helping Customers Overcome SSH User Key Compliance Concerns

    SSH has been doing its job of providing encrypted, trusted access for the last two decades. By Matthew McKenna, Chief Strategy Officer, SSH Communications Security

  6. 8 Virtual Steps To Ease The Pain Of Disaster Recovery

    IT management, virtualized infrastructure teams, and service providers should offer DRaaS, disaster-recovery-as-a-service, make DR environments easy to operate, and focus on enhancement services that add value to replication technology and streamline the DR process. By Matt Sprague, Infrastructure Services Manager, Computer Design & Integration LLC

  7. Final Day Of RetailNOW 2016 Features Lightning Round Leadership

    Among the new features at RetailNOW this year was a fast-paced education session named “Lightning Round Leadership.” Five industry executives shared personal stories and lessons that impacted both their lives and their organizations. The group included Stephen Bergeron of APG Cash Drawer, Tom Bronson of ISV Granbury Solutions, Chelsey Paulson of reseller North Country Business Products, Terry Ziegler of Datacap Systems, and myself. Our less-than-eight-minute talks were held during the morning General Session on Aug. 3, the last day of RetailNOW 2016 in Dallas. In the near future, the RSPA will be sharing with its members audio recordings of the presentations, but you don’t have to wait to learn what I said. The following is a transcript of my talk which was titled Two Words: Two Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Words.

  8. The MSP Landscape Is Shifting

    To explore this new reality, Asigra surveyed over 125 MSPs to discover how cloud-based data protection and backup services fit into current or future service offerings, and what the revenue impact of these services means for their business.

  9. Selling Cloud Communications As A Service: 6 Solution Must-Haves

    Communications is the lifeblood of any enterprise. By Carlos Roman, Head of Global Partner Marketing, 8x8, Inc.

  10. The Connected Clinician: Revolutionizing Acute Care Nursing

    More than any other hospital staff member, nurses have felt the greatest impact to their workflow in support of Meaningful Use requirements and modern healthcare best practices. Ever-increasing government regulations for improved clinical documentation, in combination with a constant flow of new medical devices, have nurses spending more than 30% of their time in non-patient-care activities.