Seven historically valid reasons for VARs and MSPs to ignore Apple, and seven counterpoints on why that might be a mistake today.
We compare the certifications, pricing structures, and support of 10 business continuity solutions.
This integrator developed a simple software app that speeds up data entry, leading to opportunities in law enforcement, healthcare, education, fitness clubs, and more.
Experts explain where the IT opportunities in law enforcement lie and how solutions providers can capitalize.
We're more than halfway through the year, and 2019 has been an incredibly exciting year for unified communications. With even more innovation on the horizon in the form of things like natural language processing, AR and VR, and even Edge computing, it's safe to say that 2020 is sure to have a lot of incredible opportunities to offer too.
Forget for a moment the chatter about Black Hat becoming commercialized or selling out to the security market and venture capitalists. Instead, let us take an inside view of the benefits that Black Hat provides for VARs that focus on security solutions.
My general rule with new tech is unless a customer needs — that is cannot run their business without it — a new piece of tech, I wait a year so other people's clients can do the beta testing as nothing seems to be released as a final product anymore. With this, I keep an eye on new products and this is a list of POS tech I am excited to bring to my clients in 2019-20, and some I'm telling them to avoid.
To understand its implications, we first have to look at the current state of artificial intelligence, how it can be applied in various use cases in business, and then determine whether it is truly a feasible solution to your needs.
The current lack of standardization presents new integration opportunities.
Arteco, a global provider of video event management solutions, recently announced it has been awarded a gold-level Government Security award for Convergence and Integrated Software and Solutions for its Open Connector platform.