Featured Articles

  1. Thinking Outside The Box: Why Cloud Storage Services Are A Bad Fit For Managing Brand Assets

    The popularity of cloud-based storage and sharing tools has skyrocketed over the past five years. Businesses and consumers use Google Drive, Box, and Dropbox for sharing files, collaborating on documents, and coordinating projects in real time.

  2. FBI Launches “Most Wanted” App

    Federal agencies use mobile applications to make it easier to find fugitives and missing persons. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Helping Federal Agencies “Ace The Big Data Test”

    Federal agencies must address data collaboration woes to ace the Big Data test. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  4. Is The Seatbelt Fastened On Your Cloud Services?

    Getting to your destination safely with private, public, or hybrid cloud services. By Scott Montgomery, vice president and chief technical strategist, Intel Security

  5. Google Looks To Add Telepresence Drones To Its Repertoire

    Patented videoconferencing drone could shake up the work world. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. How Channel Firms Can Start The Conversation Around Endpoint Security

    An organization’s data is only as secure as its endpoints. Over the last few years, a perfect storm of workforce and technology trends have collided making endpoint management a Sisyphean task. By Al Sargent, OneLogin

  7. Protect All Endpoints From Ransomware

    If you think your business is safe from ransomware, consider the following from the U.S. By Omry Farajun, President, Storage Guardian

  8. Study Reveals Business Priorities For SMBs

    Attracting and retaining clients is priority one, followed by reducing costs and improving software. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. How Can Technology Help Cut Down Your Business Expenditure?

    Profitable businesses often work to tight margins. By Jessica Foreman

  10. Freelance Workers Embracing The Gig Economy

    Freelance workers could potentially comprise 40 percent of the workforce by 2020. By Christine Kern, contributing writer