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  1. Creditcall CEO: IT Solutions Providers Need To Be Trusted Counselors In EMV Migration Process
    1/30/2015

    Lars Pedersen, Creditcall’s new CEO, answers Business Solutions’ questions on progress in the U.S. toward EMV adoption, challenges IT solutions providers are facing, and resources available to solutions providers.  

  2. Is It Time To Offer Analytics-as-a-Service?
    1/30/2015

    Knowledge Vault CEO and co-founder Christian Ehrenthal explains when to consider Analytics-as-a-Service over an on-premises platform, how to address your customers’ concerns over security, and why this is the time to consider offering Analytics-as-a-Service.

  3. Is Biometric Identification Ready For Payment Technologies?
    1/30/2015

    Reading the term “biometric” takes us towards the biological connection between the subject and the term. It is named biometric, because it uses metrics related to human characteristics. Biometric identifiers are mainly categorized into two categories, physiological and behavioral characteristics. Physiological characteristics may include fingerprints, palms, veins, face recognition, DNA, iris recognition, or anything used for identifying a person physically. Behavioral characteristics can involve characteristics related to the pattern of behavior of a person, like typing rhythm, voice, etc.

  4. The Cloud: The Channel’s Biggest Threat And Opportunity In 2015
    1/30/2015

    The cloud is changing the shape of the channel as we have traditionally known it. The increasing need for managed IT services is driving new opportunities for solutions providers that have once been considered to be VARs to a new era of the managed services provider (MSP). The enabler for this shift? The cloud.

  5. 4 BDR Solution Must-Haves
    1/30/2015

    Business critical data has to be backed up frequently. Traditionally, business critical data have been stored on tape drives and data can be recovered from the tape when required. But you cannot trust tape completely — there may be chance for data corruption and recovering years of data from tape storage is a cumbersome process.

  6. How To Pick The Right Partner And Build A Successful Connectivity Practice
    1/30/2015

    If you’re a managed services provider (MSP) looking to jump into the lucrative world of connectivity and telecommunications solutions and services, here’s my advice: Don’t go at it alone. Teaming up with the right business partner or master agent is a proven and profitable way for an MSP to achieve success in this market with minimal investment.

  7. Infinite Possibilities: The “Powa” Of An Open Platform As POS Software Development Takes Off
    1/30/2015

    Our vision for PowaPOS from the beginning was to develop a platform that eliminates the friction that has kept tablet-based POS from reaching its market potential. In building the T25, we created the first POS hardware specifically designed for the tablet; one that fully integrates all of the key components needed to turn the tablet into an advanced POS terminal. Simple, sleek and secure – with just one power cord.

  8. 3 Differentiators Make A Big Difference In A MSPs Backup Offering
    1/29/2015

    There are no doubt hundreds of backup vendors, offering various types of backup and recovery methods to Managed Services Providers (MSPs). How does an MSP know which offers the best solution for its customers, and the makes the best business sense as part of its managed services offering?

  9. How Large Dental Office Found The Right Backup And Recovery Solution
    1/29/2015

    “We want to serve our patients, not worry about IT,” says Lori Buchman, Practice Administrator with Lincoln Pediatric Dentistry in Lincoln, NE. The IT challenges for the growing dental practice, however, are many. With 34 employees in two locations, one virtualized host and four servers, not to mention HIPAA compliance, it’s imperative that their data be secure and systems are always on.

  10. Diagnostics Firm Cuts Operating Costs And Increases Efficiency With Robust, Easy-To-Use BDR
    1/29/2015

    GRIP I.T., a division of Global Resources Technologies Inc., founded in 1996, provides full-service IT service management for businesses of all sizes. With a focus on improving the functionality of their customers’ IT and business systems, all at a lower cost of ownership, GRIP I.T. seeks to serve their clients in all areas of I.T. The company is based in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

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