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  1. Managed Services, Networking, And IP Video News
    12/29/2016

    Tigerpaw Software has released a new version of its professional services automation (PSA) software, enhancing its project management capabilities as well as features to merge quotes and consolidate billing from multiple meters.

  2. Software Vendors Adapt To Changing On-Premises Opportunities For 2017
    12/29/2016

    New technology approaches augment declining on-premises software opportunities. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. AI-Based Fraud Detection Comes To The Mastercard Global Network
    12/28/2016

    Decision Intelligence™ leverages machine learning to boost approvals for genuine transactions. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  4. How 2016 Cyber Attacks Will Impact 2017 Security Strategies
    12/27/2016

    Survey finds despite escalating threats, few changes to security are planned in 2017. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. 3 CRM Predictions For 2017
    12/26/2016

    Mobile will continue to dominate while agile and cloud solutions will continue to rise. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Columbus Police Department Rolls Out Body Cameras
    12/24/2016

    Phased roll-out follows intense vendor selection process. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  7. Cyber Threat Predictions For 2017 And Beyond
    12/23/2016

    Authentication technology, machine learning, and probabilistic tools gain ground to combat threats. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. For SMBs, Protecting Mobile Workers From Cybercrime Is A Challenging Task
    12/22/2016

    A new, enhanced solution helps mobile workers stay protected while working outside the office. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. 2017 Predictions For IoT And The Rise Of Smart Cities
    12/21/2016

    IoT will help things get smarter in 2017 – from industry to cities to homes. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  10. New Ransomware Forces Victims To Spread Virus For Key
    12/20/2016

    New unpublished ransomware offers decryption in exchange for infecting more targets. By Christine Kern, contributing writer