In today’s nanosecond environment, getting important data from Point A to Point B as quickly as possible can be the difference between success and failure — for business as well as for government.
As a solution provider selling into the contact center space, you’re aware of how omnichannel communications has been addressed thus far.
Advances in technology have armed companies with more resources and power than ever before. Technology offers companies the ability to connect with customers and prospects whenever and wherever they want.
The most critical and vulnerable part of an enterprise is its information systems. Fortune 500 companies store highly-coveted data in those systems, making them priority targets for cybercrime.
Software developers face a tough decision when choosing a career path. With technology growing in influence, developers’ services are needed now more than ever, meaning a large number of industries are on the hunt for the right people to fill crucial roles within companies.
Six ways service providers can better align their business model with today’s most in-demand data storage option.
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.
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.
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.
There’s a tremendous amount of momentum around the security market these days — innovative technologies, vendor mergers and consolidation, and, of course, a tremendous increase in the complexity and frequency of threats companies face.