Networking Articles

  1. Help Clients Identify Best Practices To Address Phishing And Ransomware

    An Osterman Research white paper provides guidance for dealing with attacks. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Technology Is Changing How We Monitor Our Roadways

    Survey finds Toll Technology is transforming mobility for customers. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Preventive Healthcare Emerging As Health Technology Sector

    Every year, millions of people die from preventable diseases and conditions including diabetes, obesity, infectious disease, chronic respiratory disease, and cardiovascular disease. As technology becomes more fundamental to healthcare, preventive healthcare innovation (technologies used in measures adopted for disease prevention instead of treatment) are showing big predicted growth.

  4. Drones, Fully Autonomous Robots Transform The Security Landscape

    New technology is changing the way security is handled across the private and public sectors. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. Demand For Data Engineers Exceeds Supply

    Companies face a data engineering talent vacuum. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. 3 Presentations You Missed At Channel Transitions Boston

    The Channel Transitions VAR/MSP Executive Conference, powered by Business Solutions, September 14 at the DoubleTree Boston North Shore, featured presentations from leading channel experts.

  7. Vendor At Center Of Potential Healthcare Data Breach

    Vendor is likely to blame for yet another recent potential exposure of healthcare data.

  8. iPhone7, Apple Watch Unveiled

    Will changes ignite sales for Apple? By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. ASCII Cup Secrets — And More — Revealed

    The ASCII Group, founded in 1984, is the oldest and largest group of independent information technology solution providers, integrators, managed service providers (MSPs), and value added resellers (VARs). Started by Alan Weinberger, ASCII originally consisted of 40 independent software retailers that decided to join together as a buying group and pay monthly fees to support their organization, in turn supporting each other and their programs for mutual benefit.

  10. Future Of Open Access Educational Materials Is Ripe With Opportunity

    Study shows open educational resources in higher ed could triple over the next five years. By Christine Kern, contributing writer