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  1. Don’t Miss Out On The Converged Infrastructure Growth Trend
    8/30/2016

    An IT solution provider discusses a major data center growth trend that every channel IT company should be taking advantage of right now.

  2. How The MX Logic End-of-Life Affects MSPs
    8/29/2016

    There are many times when VARs and MSPs need to select new products to fulfill client needs. One case in particular occurs when a vendor decides to end a product or service. In light of Intel’s announcement that it will end its MX Logic antispam service on January 11th, 2017, many MSPs are looking for a new email security solution to offer to their clients.

  3. In Pursuit Of A Single Version Of Business Truth
    8/26/2016

    There’s a line about truth from the Rob Reiner film A Few Good Men that’s become iconic. In what’s arguably the courtroom drama’s most memorable scene, upstart Navy lawyer Lt. Daniel Kaffee (played by Tom Cruise) presses decorated Marine Colonel Nathan Jessup (played by Jack Nicholson) for answers.

  4. Don’t Let Uncertainty Destabilize Relationships During M&A Activity
    8/26/2016

    When it comes to growth, companies have two choices; try to grow organically or acquire the products, market share, geographies, and talent to expand and improve profits through a merger or acquisition. By Christoph Schell, President of the Americas Region, HP Inc.

  5. Covering Your A$$: Next-Gen Threat Landscape
    8/25/2016

    Today's advanced malware is increasingly difficult to remove and even harder to detect in the first place. In this presentation, we examine the modern threat landscape and discuss the shortcomings of traditional antivirus, as well as how organizations can stay ahead of the malware curve. Malware authors aren't too concerned about what traditional security is capable of blocking, since they've formed reliable tactics to circumvent that protection. Either by leveraging social engineering or advanced evasive tactics, modern malware spells an uphill battle for traditional defenses.

  6. How Technology Can Improve Operations And Bring Your Business Closer To Your Customer
    8/24/2016

    OPERATING A BUSINESS IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY has become increasingly difficult over the last few years. With companies operating globally on at least some level, the impact of these challenges is being felt across all industries and involves entities of all sizes. New compliance and regulations, changing consumer demands, rising transportation costs, and the need for good technology and communication can all affect the way goods move around the globe. These impacts can be felt both in mature and developing markets—but the challenges specific to each can vary greatly.

  7. Healthy Fast Food Chain Speeds Checkouts, Offers Targeted Deals With Help Of Honeywell
    8/24/2016

    Muscle Maker Grill needed a solution to quickly scan orders and receipts at checkout. The company was using in-line scanners and its employees were having difficulty lining up the barcodes on drink bottles.

  8. Enhancing The Customer Experience: Connected Devices For Field Service Workflows
    8/24/2016

    WE LIVE AND DO BUSINESS in a highly connected world. That brings clear benefits, such as being able to use real-time data capture and mobile access to applications to create efficiencies, but it also brings potential challenges. The connected customer demands more from retailers, logistics providers and services companies. One bad experience and the customer may leave forever.

  9. The Advantages Of Ditching The Cord
    8/24/2016

    Best-in-class healthcare organizations are looking to cordless scanners for their next deployment, but not just for the obvious reasons. The latest generation of cordless healthcare scanners bring with them unique technologies that can truly transform common clinician workflows, making nurse's more productive and focused, while enabling a higher degree of patient safety.

  10. Email Is A Major Security Risk For Small Business
    8/24/2016

    Hackers and small businesses share one thing: they rely on email. Todays’ cybercriminals are organized and business-minded. They make investments and they expect returns. Some invest in big targets, such as Home Depot and Anthem. Others invest in massive attacks, such as ransomware and botnets.