Cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is the fastest growing segment of hybrid cloud services due its cost efficiencies and accessibility. Learn more about the numbers, drivers, challenges and recommendations around managing hybrid IT and the cloud.
We’ve seen impressive innovations and improvements in the pro AV field recently, and projection technology is no exception. To learn more about the latest projection AV trends, common mistakes and opportunities for IT solution providers, we had a quick conversation with Tom Jones, technology consultant II, ProAV/Digital Signage, Ingram Micro.
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.
With gun violence and other physical attacks on companies making headlines these days, the interest in and demand for physical security-related technology are growing.
Even though most retailers staff up for the holiday shopping season, we’ve all suffered frustrating shopping experiences where lines are long, wait times test our patience, items are out of stock and we leave more annoyed than joyful. It doesn’t have to be this way. With the right technology, lines can move faster, sales lost to long wait times can be saved and customers can have positive shopping experiences.
Unified Comm & Collaboration
An often-overlooked and under-valued step in the rollout of a UCC solution is network assessment. Time and again we hear of problems that could have been caught and addressed if precautionary measures were taken before a technology order was even placed. As more UCC solutions move to the cloud and customers seek to leverage their wireless networks, it’s even more critical to take the time to make sure the network is adequate and properly configured. Here’s some advice to make sure you don’t make avoidable mistakes when it comes to wireless implementations.
If your primary target audience is the SMB market, your company is probably well versed in dealing with price objections and explaining why a $250 router purchased from a big box retailer doesn’t offer enough protection for a business. And paying up to 10x more for an enterprise-grade next-gen firewall is the better value. Ingram Micro and Cisco have found a way to give SMB customers the technology they need at a price they can afford through a sales philosophy called Cisco Simple IT. Here’s how you can put this philosophy to work for your business.