1. 5 Steps Toward Creating A Culture Of Innovation

    “We value a culture of creativity and innovation.” These words, or something like them, appear in almost every company’s About Us or Corporate Culture page. Whether or not it’s true is an entirely different story, as everyone throws these words around so much they’ve been reduced, unfortunately, to inflated buzzwords.

  2. Make 2015 The Year Mobile Productivity And Security Go Hand-in-Hand

    There’s no denying the fact that we’re a society on the go — at work and at play. According to IDC, by the end of 2015, there will be 1.3 billion mobile workers. To put that number in perspective, Facebook just hit the 1.3 billion mark for active monthly users in Q3 2014.

  3. Manufacturer Realizes Savings From Browser-Based Enterprise Labeling Solution

    As a leading global manufacturer of advanced plasma, laser, and water jet cutting systems, Hypertherm owns a large market share in their space, with 80 percent penetration in the plasma market. The company is a recognized leader, with Hypertherm’s products being used for cutting any type of metal, for applications in a variety of industries including shipbuilding, manufacturing, and automotive repair.  With nearly 50 years of experience in cutting, and maintaining 1,300 associates, the company’s client list boasts of brands including Ford, Volvo, Harley Davidson and Caterpillar.

  4. WFM Strategy And Execution Management

    While WFM (workforce management) is a multidisciplinary field by nature, optimizing its execution requires designated, formally-trained expertise.

  5. Why Adopt A Hybrid Break-Fix-And-Recurring-Revenue Business Model?

    IT businesses keep growing with technology and often change strategies to improve revenue and sustain themselves in the market. To attract customers and get a win over competitors, they keep experimenting with various revenue models. For instance, the IT service industry doesn’t provide only support services to customers but also offer a range of end-to-end IT solutions to expand their businesses.

  6. Understanding The ROI Of Managed Patching For Both MSPs And Their Customers

    As long as there are hackers willing to exploit software vulnerabilities and security breaches, patching will continue to be a critical element of the package offered by managed service providers (MSPs) to small-and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

  7. So You Want To Become A Managed Service Provider?

    Four essential requirements for building and running a profitable managed services business.

  8. Evaluating RMM Solutions: Three Key Criteria For Growth-Oriented MSPs

    Scalability is essential to the profitable growth of any managed services business. To support hundreds customers and potentially thousands of devices leanly, efficiently and responsively, managed service providers (MSPs) need access to remote monitoring and management (RMM) capabilities such as task automation, remote controls, detailed activity reporting and more.

  9. The Growing Importance Of A BYOD Policy — In Light Of The Growing Number Of Devices

    It seems like the phrase BYOD, short for “bring your own device,” has scarcely caught on, and now we’re in the position of needing another. Indeed, with the announcement of the eminently expected Apple Watch and the various and multifarious forms of Android Wear, it seems that wearable technology is finally ready to have its day in the sun.

  10. Internet Of Things: Hype Or Opportunity For Resellers?

    With the emergence of a new technology, hype often precedes true value. This fact could not be any more apparent than in the case of the Internet of Things (IoT). However, despite the hype, the opportunity offered by IoT is real. With myriad solutions available and no centralized distribution method or recognized central authority, the industry is ripe for resellers looking to bring order to the chaos.

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