Using the Hook Model, you can create customer habits which could lead to supercharged growth, higher customer lifetime value, and increased defensibility against competitors who prey on your customers.
Businesses of all types and sizes are gathering and using large amounts of digital data, whether for making decisions about efficiency, understanding consumers, or making predictions for their businesses. IT solutions providers that understand the drivers behind this trend and can deliver and support Big Data solutions stand to capitalize on it.
Among the trends shaping the workplace of the future are increasingly blurred lines between personal and work lives, a greater emphasis on social media engagement, and stronger views on technology, according to new research from CompTIA, the IT industry association.
CompTIA Research and Market Intelligence provides technology, channel, and workforce insights. In its research report How The Cloud Is Changing MSPs, CompTIA, the IT industry trade association, reveals that the cloud is, in some respects, making it harder and, in other respects, making it easier for managed services providers (MSPs), which must adjust their business models to keep abreast of the transitions.
As mobile devices transform the way applications are being built, deployed, and managed, great opportunities are emerging for the channel. CompTIA presented five mobile opportunities in a research report.
A survey of 650 business and technology professionals reveals that the recent hype around “Rogue IT” is actually benefitting channel partners. According to CompTIA’s study, Building Digital Organizations, there has been a reduction in the complete side-stepping of IT as businesses are learning their lessons from their own missteps and the press surrounding mistakes of others.
In the CompTIA Quick Start Guide Cash Management Strategies: A Practical Guide For Solutions Providers, the guide’s authors point out the differences between “strategic” and “tactical” cash management.
Most IT solutions providers offer some type of backup and business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) solution. According to CompTIA’s Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery Overview, it’s a natural extension of their other offerings.
The CompTIA paper, “The Mobility Ecosystem,” says mobility, a trend born in the consumer market, continues to increase in enterprise potential. Varied and complex, mobility introduces devices, applications, and connections different from those traditionally used in businesses.
CompTIA’s guide, “Accelerating Your Cloud Business a Practical Guide for Solution Providers,” explains how businesses can take advantage of opportunities in the cloud. Because solutions providers have gained their clients’ trust and have knowledge of their needs, they are in an excellent position to help their clients choose the best cloud options.
Business Solutions subscribers can access discounts on membership fees and the Managed Services Trustmark thanks to our partnership with CompTIA.
Information technology (IT) industry channel firms are caught up in a dichotomy over where cloud computing fits into their business, news research from CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the technology industry, reveals.
Barracuda Networks, Inc. recently announced the launch of a virtual version of Barracuda Backup – Intronis MSP Edition. Available now in North America and Europe, the virtual appliance is sold as a subscription and leverages Barracuda’s award-winning technology to protect both physical and virtual environments.
CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the technology industry, recently announced the availability of two new industry standards for IT channel companies, part of its ongoing effort to promote the adoption and usage of best business practices.
KnowBe4 Inc., the most popular integrated platform for security awareness training and simulated phishing tests, released its Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training in twenty-six language versions.
Money-making opportunities associated with the Internet of Things (IoT) are coming into focus for companies across the information technology (IT) channel, new research from the technology industry trade association CompTIA reveals.