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  1. SMBs Spend $20K — Or More — Per Hour On Downtime
    7/24/2014

    A new International Data Corporation (IDC) survey, sponsored by Acronis, has shed light on SMBs’ needs in the areas of protecting and restoring data, as well as reducing the cost of downtime in the workplace. Based on a worldwide survey of more than 400 SMBs, the study reveals a glaring need in several key business areas.

  2. Industry Leader In POS & Loyalty Systems In Europe Is Now Looking For Resellers/Distributors In North America
    7/24/2014

    bonVito is a brand name of Vectron Systems AG, a specialized German producer of intelligent POS systems and software.

  3. Motorola Solutions Unveils WiNG Express, Offering Small And Mid-Size Businesses A High-Performance Enterprise-Class WLAN
    7/24/2014

    Motorola Solutions Inc. is unveiling a new wireless local area network (WLAN) offering that is easy to manage and deploy without sacrificing best-in-class technology.

  4. Security-As-A-Service Provider My Digital Shield Open For (The Small) Business
    7/24/2014

    My Digital Shield (MDS), a leading provider of Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) for growing and small businesses, recently announced the general availability of the first version of its cloud-based solution designed specifically to bring enterprise-level security to the small business. 

  5. AML Announces Availability Of DC Console
    7/24/2014

    American-Made batch barcode data collection device now comes complete with software and application generator.

  6. Government IT News for VARs -- July 23, 2014
    7/23/2014

    This week in the news, there are reports that a government-grade malware has fallen into hacker hands, while an international collaboration was created to target the Shylock Trojan.  An interview with Mike McConnell reveals his fears of a new major cyber-attack, while Edward Snowden touts SpiderOak over DropBox to protect data from government snooping.  And a recent blog post muses about the future of the NIST-NSA relationship.

  7. Retail IT News for VARs – July 23, 2014
    7/23/2014

    In the news AT&T has announced that it experienced a data breach and has notified its mobile users.  Meanwhile, an international hacker indicted breaking into POS systems was arrested and  Carphone Warehouse is using tablets in its new mobile BI initiative, and Google saw a 24 percent increase in Q2 this year. 

  8. Manufacturing and Warehouse IT News For VARs—July 23, 2014
    7/23/2014

    In the news this week, manufacturers have turned to digital metric screens to go lean; five trends are poised to shape the future of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP); and the National Association of Manufacturers is pleased following the House’s ruling on the Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014.

  9. Education IT News Roundup For VARs — July 23, 2014
    7/23/2014

    Common Core Standards face complications as the American Federation of Teachers come down on the benchmarks. A technology initiative puts thousands of laptops and tablets in schools, and local-area middle school students are invited to the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University to learn more about technology and information science.

  10. The ASCII Group Extends Dedicated Discussion Rooms On Popular Peer To Peer Exchange Forum
    7/23/2014

    The ASCII Group, a membership-based community of independent MSPs, VARs and Solution Providers, is pleased to announce the creation of dedicated rooms available on its ASCII-Link forum.

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