Jun

11

Data Center

The three-step data center disaster recovery cheat sheet

Whether someone deletes a critical file or trips over a cable, or worse yet, a hurricane tears through your customer’s town, how many of your customers possess a disaster recovery (DR) plan? According to Nationwide, two in three small businesses lack a written recovery plan. And, like most professionals, they’re aware of the consequences, but don’t think it could happen to them. The lack of a DR plan could lead to irreparable damage or going out of business. This cheat sheet will help you create a data center DR plan to ensure business continuity.

Jun

18

ProAV

All aboard! Public transportation needs digital signage solutions

all-aboardWhen Amazon announced its intention to create a second headquarters in North America, many cities began battling for the chance to be selected. Of course, Amazon has a lengthy list of things it’s looking for in its “HQ2” city. One important characteristic is an efficient mass transit system to allow commuters to get to and from the office.

Jan

4

Document Imaging

Five document imaging resolutions for the new year

It’s that time again, when we make resolutions for the coming year—to start an exercise regimen, for example, or cut down on sweets.

Jun

18

Security

Advantages and risks of drones in the hospitality industry

Drone usage is soaring. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) predicts that more than 420,000 U.S. commercial drones will be in use by 2021, up from 42,000 in 2016.

Jun

11

Data Capture/POS

Here’s why you should sell RFID today

RFID has been around now decades, but many companies are just now harnessing the power of this proven technology. Today, as tag prices continue to drop, technologies are refined, and markets create new tracking and tracing needs, RFID solutions are in high demand. No matter where you look, RFID is on the rise, and savvy solution providers are cashing in. Indeed, Grand View Research expects the global RFID market to reach $40.5 billion by 2025 at a CAGR of 14.7%.

Jun

11

Integrated Solutions

3 retail IoT risks that aren’t about security (and how to mitigate them)

There are more IoT devices in the world than humans, according to Gartner. Brick-and-mortar retailers—those vying to remain in business—are increasingly aware of the need to “meet customers where they are” in terms of IoT, AI and analytics. Therefore, for many businesses IoT makes a lot of sense. But with new data-driven experiences comes new risk—and it’s more than just security.

Jun

18

Unified Comm & Collaboration

UCC is critical for today’s worker

Years before working remote was as prevalent as it is today, there were still jobs that required telecommuting. Some employees worked from home. Some could be in the field. Those early pioneers know that the technology of the time wasn’t accessible, affordable or efficient enough to overcome many of the challenges created by working remotely. Today, it’s a different story. UCC technologies have matured and are now accessible to any business. If you or your customers haven’t looked at UCC technologies lately, now is the time. Things have improved quite a bit between then and now.

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Manufacturer Posts

Jun

14

Cisco

Key takeaways from the 2018 Ingram Micro Cloud Summit

The 9th annual Ingram Micro Cloud Summit was held recently in Boca Raton, Fla., and attracted 1,400 partners, vendors and industry experts. The company announced that its worldwide 2018 first quarter sales were $11.76 billion, up 13% over Q1 2017 ($10.40 billion), with gross margin of 6.33%. Here are a few key takeaways from this year’s event—and from Cisco—you may have missed:

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