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  1. Star-Salesforce Solution Helps Capture Data And Respond At Each Touchpoint On The Customer’s Journey
    1/24/2017

    Operating under the brand names Blackbird Vineyards, Recuerdo Wines, Resolute Wines, and ÆRENA Galleries & Gardens, Bespoke Collection offers a curated selection of boutique wines, one-of-a-kind objet d’art, and unique lifestyle experiences.

  2. Gorge Greenery Grows Their Business With Star Micronics And Green Bits
    1/24/2017

    Gorge Greenery, the only Clean Green Certified recreational marijuana dispensary in the Columbia Gorge, prides itself on providing the highest quality cannabis products from the best producers and growers in Oregon. Gorge Greenery was able to find a simple, yet reliable point of sale solution for their upcoming dispensary through Green Bits and Star Micronics.

  3. What’s In Store For Storage In 2017
    1/24/2017

    By 2020, 10 million cars on the road are expected to have self-driving features, reflecting the continuing move toward an IoT-based world and advances in artificial intelligence (AI). Designing autonomous vehicles requires the ability to harness massive amounts of camera and sensor data, analyze it, and apply AI technology. By Molly Rector, VP of Global Marketing, Quantum

  4. 4 Data Trends That Will Keep BDR Top Of Mind For Customers
    1/23/2017

    Data loss or theft is a fact of life for organizations of all sizes. We’ve come to expect hardware failure or human error and criminals targeting smaller organizations that spend less of IT security and disaster recovery. But recently, foreign hackers and criminals have upped the game, conducting serious cyber-attacks and wreaking havoc on organizations and governments. By Matthew Held, CEO and Co-Founder, Manawa Networks and ASCII Group Member Since 2015

  5. The Cloud + Your Clients’ Business: What MSPs Need To Know In 2017
    1/20/2017

    If it feels like everybody is talking about cloud, it’s not your imagination. Cloud is growing at 19.4 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) and shows great promise for 2017. With this kind of growth, what changes should MSPs expect to see in their clients’ business use of cloud in 2017? By Kirill Bensonoff, Founder of Unigma

  6. Misconceptions About Developing Mobile Applications For Enterprise
    1/19/2017

    In part one of this series, I looked at six misconceptions IT managers come across when running enterprise mobility projects. This article focuses on misconceptions about developing mobile applications for Enterprise. Simply because some mobile application development tools leverage skills such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript doesn’t mean it will be as easy as building a web application. While web developers have had more focus on the mobile experience of their websites, there are additional constraints with mobile application development.

  7. 2017 Payment Trends: Technology, Security Lead The Way
    1/18/2017

    Each year, payment technology continues to evolve and introduce new solutions that disrupt the payments industry. From advances with payment processing products like point-of-sale hardware and terminals to new technology and security products, many innovations have changed the current state of payments. By Bill Lodes, EVP of Business Development and Strategy, First American Payment Systems

  8. 4 Print And Document Trends To Adopt In 2017
    1/17/2017

    If digital transformation is not on your New Year’s resolution list, it should be. This includes changing operations to take advantage of technologies such as cloud and software as a service (SaaS), as well as ensuring the security of these services. By Martin deMartini, Senior Vice President, Standardization, Y Soft

  9. Is This The Year You Master Process Management?
    1/16/2017

    2016 may best be remembered as a year of unparalleled upheaval. From the Brexit vote and election of Donald Trump to sharp rises (and even sharper falls) in stocks and commodities, volatility ruled the day. By Ivan Seselj, CEO, Promapp Solutions

  10. Money Is Not The Root Of All Evil
    1/13/2017

    Money is not the root of all evil — at least when it comes to sales. No, the root of all evil in the sales world is the lack of consistent, proactive, predictable prospecting. When prospecting is done intermittently without proactive initiatives, the evils of sales can arise. By Gil Cargill, Sales Acceleration Coach