Managed Services Articles

  1. 3 Measures To Take Now That Can Help Your IT Clients If They Are Breached

    Some of your IT clients could still believe they won’t be targeted by hackers, but Logicalis US says otherwise.

  2. Sophos Report Examines Angler Exploit Kit

    Exploit kits have become widely adopted by criminals looking to infect users with malware.

  3. 2112 Group: North American IT Channel Forecast To Grow More Than 6 Percent In 2015

    A report by business strategy firm The 2112 Group, the 2015 Midyear Channel Report, predicts the North America IT reseller channel will increase by at least 6 percent in 2015,

  4. When Encryption Isn’t Enough: Going Beyond HIPAA To Protect Your IT Clients

    Many of your clients believe, at least at an applied level, that complying with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards of encryption keeps them sufficiently safe from data breaches.

  5. CompTIA ChannelCon 2015 Saw Record-Setting Run

    ChannelCon 2015 broke records this year, with more than 2,000 attendees and more than 520 technology solution providers participating in the events. In addition to the live attendees, CompTIA had more than 2,000 virtual attendees, more than double the number who attended via the initial online sessions in 2014.

  6. Is Big Data And Real Estate A Potential Market For VARs?

    Big Data is coming to real estate, one of the latest industries turning to technology to help perform essential tasks more efficiently and accurately.

  7. IT Solutions Providers: Understand The Intersection Of Healthcare Interoperability And Mobile

    Healthcare IT interoperability is moving even further forward into the future of technology thanks to companies like Transcend Insights.

  8. HIMSS Launches Fall Conference On Connected Health In D.C.

    The conference will include three summits: the mHealth Summit, Cyber Security Summit, and the Population Health Summit. All three will occur simultaneously under the HIMSS Connected Health conference.

  9. US –Cert Warns Of Android “Stagefright” Vulnerability

    A vulnerability dubbed “Stagefright” has been detected in Android devices running Android versions 2.2 through 5.1.1_r4, according to US-CERT (United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team), which could allow an attacker to access multimedia files or take control of an affected device.

  10. “Healthcare IT Guy” Shah Tells Solutions Providers How To Get — And Keep — A Prospect’s Attention

    During his keynote at the Smart VAR Healthcare Summit, Shahid Shah, known as the “The Healthcare IT Guy,” offered advice on how to start a conversation that gets the attention of a healthcare IT prospect — and how to keep the conversation going.