Research has found that, on average, high-growth firms track 33 percent more metrics than their average growth counterparts. This makes sense, especially when you consider metrics are all about making your strategies accountable, as well as testing and continually improving them.
The global colocation data center industry is predicted to grow to 54.8 billion by 2020 (from $30.9 billion in 2016). This massive growth is fueled in part by merger and acquisition activity among the leading data center providers. Having spent the last year working through these transitional challenges with the Flexential team, I’d love to share some key takeaways in the hope that they help another company adapt more easily.
“We lost the deal? What happened?” Sounds all too familiar. And what’s worse is that Cisco resellers and their sales professionals often don’t know that it is not about the money, but the proposal itself. This e-book details five steps for building winning sales proposals, forever changing your proposal success rate and your business.
This paper addresses the security of Sennheiser DECT Contact Center and Office (CC&O) headsets. It describes the DECT security chain composed of “Pairing,” “Per Call Authentication,” and “Encryption,” which are all part of the standard DECT protocol.
Cashless proponents have sounded the death bell for cash for at least two decades, but their predictions have been premature. To be sure, digital forms of payment have received a boost in recent years, but have not succeeded in completely displacing coins and paper money. Its unlikely cash will be replaced anytime soon – if ever.
Topics Discussed: Bitcoin, silk road, and the darkening of the Dark Web; why credentials are such a hot criminal commodity; sextortion specialists and Nigerian princes—how to spot them both and how to teach others to do the same; what the hell does a cryptologic linguist do; whether MSPs are capable of cyber security or whether they need the third S; whether we’ll ever take the offensive against cybercriminals; and much, much more.