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  1. What SMBs Are Looking For From Their IT Solutions Providers
    8/20/2015

    I do coaching for one of our member’s sales executives. Their owner asked for some feedback on a blog we were reviewing. One of the sales executives replied with the following...

  2. 4 Things SMBs Are Looking For From Their Software And IT Solutions Providers
    8/11/2015

    Small and mid-sized business (SMB) owners have a lot on their plates, many taking on roles typically outsourced or assigned to an employee such as human resources, marketing, and business development. One of the most vexing roles for a business owner to take on is IT administrator. IT is evolving at the speed of light with new technologies being introduced every day. While a small business owner may be an expert in his or her special craft, they may lack the expertise to research, understand and implement the myriad of IT solutions critical to operating a business today.

  3. How To Stop The Next SMB Breach
    8/10/2015

    The need to secure critical assets and data against today’s cyber threats is imperative. We regularly hear about new system vulnerabilities, acts of corporate espionage, or company data being compromised. In order to thrive and protect critical data, business owners need to invest in resources and hire employees that specialize in information and data security.

  4. 3 Qualities Of An IT Solutions Provider That SMBs Want
    7/31/2015

    Small-to-midsize businesses (SMBs) are faced with an ever-growing list of technological challenges. A few of those challenges are keeping IT systems humming, deciding which technologies to invest in, and keeping up with the latest technological developments that impact their business.

  5. 3 Things Solutions Providers Can Do To Build Partnerships With SMBs
    7/29/2015

    Partnering as an IT solutions provider with the small and medium business client is the sole focus of many integrators and MSPs (managed services providers). Though SMBs have many of the same needs as bigger firms, they are usually less tech savvy, have fewer resources and a less strategic view of their IT. So they are looking to you for three things.

  6. 3 Things Small Businesses Want From Their IT Providers
    7/28/2015

    The IT services market is a unique one, and the SMB niche within it is even further refined. Small and medium-sized businesses have far fewer resources (and minimal manpower) when compared to their enterprise counterparts — and traditionally, these restrictions have prevented smaller organizations from gaining access to emerging technologies and infrastructure solutions.

  7. 4 Traits SMBs Look For In An IT Solutions Provider
    7/20/2015

    In today’s tech-driven economy, businesses, regardless of their size, require IT support in some capacity. Even though the resources which are available for small and medium-sized businesses might be fewer than larger corporations, they often have similar, if not the very same, IT needs as enterprises.

  8. 3 Ways mPOS Can Make An Impact Beyond The Payment Transaction
    6/29/2015

    It’s far from a novel statement to say that mobile technology is changing the way consumers and businesses operate. Customers now have the ability to make payments from nearly any location, while merchants can charge buyers in line or at a fixed point of sale (POS) in the store. Mobile technology in the form of POS systems is growing rapidly in the small-business landscape and is changing the way companies operate — for the better.

  9. 6 Tips For Surefire Email Marketing Campaigns For IT Solutions Providers
    6/23/2015

    First, why do an email campaign? It’s an important question because email campaigns are not as easy as picking up the phone to make cold calls and, done right, they take time to plan. Being in the IT industry, it’s important to create a personal relationship with your audience and position yourself as an authority regarding customers’ IT needs.

  10. 5 Ways To Cash In On Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End Of Service
    6/22/2015

    The end-of-service date for the popular Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system is July 14, 2015 — and it’s coming up quickly. It’s one of the biggest IT-related events in recent years and the race to migrate to a newer operating system presents some big opportunities for IT channel companies.

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