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Government IT News For VARs — December 17, 2013
In the news, Microsoft takes steps to ensure customers the government will have to legally access Internet data — not take it through technological means. Also, industry executives weigh in on the safety of police mobile apps, and the GSA’s OS3 could help more companies do business with the government.
Is 2014 The Beginning Of The End?
Before you jump to the conclusion that this is a doom-and-gloom article, let me promise you it isn’t. It’s a story about opportunity. True, where there’s opportunity, there’s often the other side of the coin where weakness and threats lie. My goal, and that of Business Solutions, is to keep readers like you on the opportunity side of business. I want you profitable and thriving in 2014 and into 2015.
Data Collection and Mobility News From November 2013
Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in Data Collection and Mobility, companies announce a skills certification for mobile technologies, new products — including mobile computers and tablets, a handheld imager, and sled — a new label solutions store and a new acquisition.
Access Control And Video Surveillance News From November 2013
Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in Access Control And Video Surveillance news, companies announce a new version of IP video management software and new IP network cameras.
Government IT News For VARs — December 4, 2013
This week, analysts forecast growth in the disaster recovery services market, and a DDoS protection services survey reveals companies prefer a having a service provider to stop distributed denial-of-service attacks, with response time backed by an SLA.
Government IT News For VARs — November 21, 2013
This week’s news includes new approaches to procurement, sobering statistics from a survey of government cybersecurity professionals, and the pros and cons of body-worn cameras for law enforcement.
Access Control And Video Surveillance News From October 2013
Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in Access Control And Video Surveillance news, companies announce a surveillance appliance for distributed environments, an option for upgrading from analog to IP with legacy coax infrastructure, a new panoramic camera, and a new door controller and network camera.
Peer-to-Peer: Trial Anti-Virus Can Leave Your Customers Unprotected
Mikel Venable of Local Government Corporation reminds VARs and MSPs to make sure customers are informed of the limitations of trial anti-virus software.
Government IT News For VARs — November 12, 2013
This week, the U.S. Navy’s Data Center Consolidation Project is looking for a solution to move data to commercial facilities, government agencies need to consider protecting Big Data from hackers, and Apple releases a statement about government requests for data.
As-a-Service Business Model Is A Game Changer For Security
Tony Sorrentino, president of ScanSource Security, says the as-a-Service business model is emerging in the channel for VARs and integrators selling security and video surveillance products.