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  1. 8 POS Trends To Watch In 2017
    4/20/2017

    In the retail and hospitality space, 2017 will likely see a continuation of the trend toward mobility and cloud-based solutions, as well as the emergence of unified commerce strategies. Some belt-tightening should also be expected as these industries wade through economic and political uncertainties, particularly in Europe. Here’s what else to expect in the coming year.

  2. Riding The On-Premises-as-a-Service Wave
    4/18/2017

    Six ways service providers can better align their business model with today’s most in-demand data storage option.

  3. Security: Why It’s Needed Now More Than Ever
    4/17/2017

    Security is top of mind of most people in the channel today, driven by a climate of political unrest and constant change in technology, science, and worldwide relations. What constitutes security can vary based on the situation, the individual, or the enterprise, but what is continually relevant is the need to foster a realistic sense of security and a plan of action.

  4. 3 Ways Data Improves Customer Satisfaction
    4/13/2017

    As most MSPs can attest to, building and maintaining a successful business means establishing your expertise and authority as a business partner. Doing that involves constantly showing the customer the value of the services you provide, communicating with them on a regular basis about the health of their IT assets, and not being afraid to have difficult conversations when they are warranted.

  5. Cybersecurity And The IoT: From Incident Response To Continuous Response
    4/12/2017

    There’s no doubt the Internet of Things (IoT) will eventually take over the digital universe. By 2020, IDC predicts there will be more than 210 billion connected devices available, with at least 30 billion actively communicating online. Sensors are expected to number in the trillions within the decade.

  6. Broadband Over Existing Cable In Hotels
    4/11/2017

    Telephone wire and coaxial cable is found in every hotel guest room. At the most basic, these cables are used to deliver guest room entertainment to a television, and communications to a bedside phone. With the advent of Internet delivered content and ubiquitous smartphones, the guest expectations have far exceeded the ability of basic television and telephony communications. Additionally, the all-wireless nature and convenience of mobile devices has made 802.11 wireless networks preferred.

  7. Choosing The Right Wireless Intrusion And Prevention Policies
    4/11/2017

    The need for delivering quality wireless services in hospitality venues like hotels and big convention centers has been increasing. The availability and quality of Wi-Fi service is one of the most mportant factors for business travelers, event organizers, and holidaymakers when making their decisions about hotel booking. Some hoteliers offer free Wi-Fi hotspots in order to attract guests and differentiate their services, while others charge fees for Wi-Fi services.

  8. Enhancing The Guest Experience - Mobility Done Right
    4/11/2017

    Key findings from Extreme Networks’ CIO Summit reveal how innovation in mobility will shape the future of enterprise networking for sporting event venues and beyond.

  9. Is Your Wireless Network Industrial Strength?
    4/11/2017

    Five Crucial Questions to Ask and Answer as You Prepare Your Industrial Environments to Take Full Advantage of Today’s Rapidly Expanding Wireless Communications Opportunities.

  10. Making The Case For Security Cameras In Schools And Colleges
    4/11/2017

    Cameras in classrooms can deter violence, theft, and bullying—and help police respond to unfolding incidents. At the same time, their presence raises questions about privacy, the nature of learning spaces, and intellectual freedom. eCampus News looks at what it takes to secure classrooms while preserving an institution's primary mission of education.