There are big opportunities for channel partners who are ready to help organizations get a handle on a new era of video surveillance — especially the new data management challenges that come with it.
SMBs will face various cloud-related challenges in 2016 — challenges that will create many opportunities for IT solutions providers to expand their portfolios with solutions that enable SMBs for ongoing success
Yep, it’s back. According to researchers at Heimdal Security and Bitdefender, CryptoWall has returned, and version 4.0 — the latest release — is more aggravating than ever. Here’s what business owners need to know to educate their clients and technicians.
It’s no secret that small to midsize businesses (SMBs) have fewer technology resources, staff, and funds than the larger companies they compete with on a daily basis. As a result, SMBs are often late to the game when new technologies arise that can help their businesses succeed. But there something that can give the SMB an edge over its rivals, and that’s the right IT solutions provider.
The fear of how an unexpected event may impact employee productivity, customer responsiveness, and revenue generation has many enterprises — small and large — looking for simple, cost effective solutions to protect their data in the event of a disaster. In any industry where downtime means the loss of money, disaster recovery (DR) is a critical need.
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For Mosaic Technology, Infinio Had Them At Trust, Transparency, And Proof Of Concept.
Here are five ways to make sure your portfolio includes the enterprise storage capabilities that are most in demand.
Since 2004, Ready.gov, a national public service campaign by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has recognized September as National Preparedness Month. As the month comes to a close, we remind you to stress with your clients that businesses should be prepared year-round for disaster. This is an opportunity for IT solution providers and SMBs alike to re-focus their efforts on ensuring that their data and critical business infrastructure are protected, should catastrophe strike.
Let’s start at the beginning; what exactly is a partner ecosystem? The definition is simple: it is a community of mutually beneficial partners that are interested in achieving similar goals. Imagine the benefits to a business: open, honest two-way communication; information shared on demand and immediate response to questions.