Job requirements and responsibilities for IT professionals are becoming more complicated as organizations become more digital, according to new research from CompTIA.
After a disaster, it’s important to help your merchant clients stay connected to the outside world. Business continuity is crucial in the wake of disasters, when communication is essential.
Keith Fletcher, COO at Speros, a business technology solutions provider, presented “What Things Every Small Business Owner Should Know About Cloud Computing” at the recent Savannah Chamber of Commerce SMART Luncheon.
Four experts weigh in on how the ever-expanding data universe and customers’ need for business continuity is shaping backup and disaster recovery (BDR) technology and best practices.
Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in managed services, backup and recovery, and networking news, D&H offers training and support for Windows 10, SolarWinds N-able adds a new IT services platform, CharTec creates a division for distribution of services, ASCII provides a national sales tax helpdesk for managed services providers (MSPs), Unitrends unveils Release 9.0 Beta, and CompTIA offers MSPs a new sales toolkit.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has released a best practices guide designed to help Defense Department (DoD) “cloud mission owners” migrate to the cloud.
Google has announced the expansion of its Offline Media Import/Export service, a solution that allows users to import data into Google Cloud Storage by mailing physical media to a third-party service provider that then uploads the data on the user’s behalf.
Your clients look to you for guidance in navigating the huge amount of information available around Health IT regulations.
Content marketing and search engine optimization (SEO) are essential when you want your business to grow. Content marketing is systematic way to market —content brings in traffic, traffic brings in leads, and leads bring in customers.
A report from Vormetric and IANS states 84 percent of companies have considered encrypting all sensitive data.