Networking Articles

  1. Managed Services, Backup And Recovery, And Networking News From June 2015
    7/14/2015

    Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in managed services, backup and recovery, and networking news, Tigerpaw announces two integrations, Unitrends moves to a 100 percent channel sales model, Intronis announced a new dashboard design and automated executive report generator, and Datto announces its Networking Appliance Router as well as four additional new products. Also in the news,  MAX Backup announces a per-device pricing model, StorageCraft introduces a professional services program, and Tech Data launches a reseller marketing portal.

  2. Tackling The Coming Surge In Healthcare Data With Trained Machines
    7/14/2015

    Healthcare executives are seeing a massive surge in the data they’re dealing with — a recent survey revealed that 41 percent saw a jump of over 50 percent last year.

  3. How To Address Your SMB IT Customers’ Concerns Over Cloud Solutions
    7/13/2015

    Desktop-as-a-Service continues to grow as SMBs’ choice to consume apps and data, as well as to enable channel partners to become “one-stop-shops” for these IT clients. In this interview, Darrin Swan from Dell Software Service Provider Program tells Business Solutions how managed services providers (MSPs) can overcome customer objections to cloud solutions, take a layered approach to cloud security, and build monthly recurring revenue in the process.   

  4. Moving Your Small Practice Health IT Clients To Cloud EHR Solutions
    7/9/2015

    While much of the industry is moving on toward advanced EHR (electronic health record) use and data analytics, smaller players in healthcare are still playing catch up — a fact that can be quite useful to solutions providers looking to tackle this corner of the market.

  5. New Technology Provides Insights Into Populations Of Consumers And Their Behaviors
    7/8/2015

    SpaceCurve CEO Dane Coyer says when his company began, there wasn’t a platform that could index space and time data collected from the physical world. He founded the company in 2009 that developed a solution — the origin of which was an attempt to organize data for Google Earth — that enables companies including retailers, real estate agencies, and advertising firms, to have insights into customers as well as potential customers.

  6. Millennials In The Work Place: It Means Change — For The Better
    7/8/2015

    Now, 50 percent of the national workforce is comprised of millennials, according to a new report from LogMeIn’s subsidiary JoinMe. In 25 years, that number will jump to 75 percent of the workforce.

  7. 5 Common Mistakes That Put Your SMB Clients At Risk for A Hack
    7/8/2015

    Hackers, it turns out, target SMBs with as much frequency as large businesses. SMBs are at the same level for risk of security and credit card breaches as large corporations, according to the New York Times.

  8. EHR And Telehealth: See Legislation Leap Through 21st Century Cures Act
    7/8/2015

    As quickly as technology advances in healthcare, the way it is adopted and adapted is heavily impacted by government actions at all levels.

  9. Why Health IT VARs Could Soon Deal With The “Chief Patient Experience Officer”
    7/8/2015

    Patient-centered health may seem simple, but it’s one that’s easy to foul up in the execution. While the concept is one that’s imitable through taking a look at other industries, getting healthcare organizations to a point of applied patient-centered health will require focused initiatives and invested leadership, frequently coming from a dedicated executive officer.

  10. Research Predicts Card-Not-Present and New-Account Fraud Will Rise
    7/3/2015

    According to Javelin Strategy & Research, as many as 8 million consumers could experience both a card breach and identity fraud in the same year by 2018.

Newsletter Signup
Newsletter Signup
Get the latest channel trends, news, and insights
By clicking Sign Me Up, you agree to our Terms and that you have read our Privacy Policy.