Now, 50 percent of the national workforce is comprised of millennials, according to a new report from LogMeIn’s subsidiary JoinMe. In 25 years, that number will jump to 75 percent of the workforce.
SMBs have different purchasing habits than other market segments. According to a Cisco whitepaper for example, SMBs buy more bundled services than any other segment for reasons that include reliability, quality, integration, ease of doing business, and price. Knowing the ins and outs can be a challenge for VARs, MSPs, integrators, and software developers, but there is also a chance to differentiate yourself among your competitors by expertly addressing SMBs’ needs.
A recent KPMG report, Elevating Business in the Cloud, has found increased use of cloud technology by businesses around the globe in order to better connect with their employees and customers.
A report from KPMG found that while the nearly all of U.S. companies are transforming their businesses (98 percent), about 25 percent fail to realize the optimal value of their initiatives.
With so many companies working to adopt cloud computing solutions, it’s easy to get caught up in the hype. That’s not to say that the cloud is undeservedly lauded.
Last week, CompTIA announced the retirement of the TechAmerica name, opting for a unified brand for advocacy efforts. CompTIA, which acquired TechAmerica in May 2014, plans to build on the accomplishments of the association’s local, state, federal, and international advocacy efforts under the CompTIA name.
The total data market, consisting of data platforms, data management, and analytics, is predicted to hit $115 billion — nearly doubling in size — by 2019, according to a study by 451 Research.
Verizon touts an overarching goal of “absolute connectedness anywhere,” but what does that mean for your clients, and how can you help them address similar goals? Suzanne Widup, senior analyst with Verizon, gives some insight into those questions in a Health IT Outcomes podcast from HIMSS15.
A survey of IT professionals conducted by CTERA shows that concerns about data governance and security are driving organizations to turn to cloud storage.
Since changing its stance against managed services, this VAR-turned-MSP experienced 40-percent+ revenue growth for the past two years in a row.