Imagine going into your local home improvement store with the goal of purchasing a new ceiling fan. As you walk through the entrance, a digital display changes from a general “Summer Closeout” message to an advertisement about a ceiling fan sale. What a coincidence, you think, chuckling to yourself. As you enter the lighting and ceiling fan department, a digital display in that area begins showing a commercial for the exact make and model of ceiling fan you’d researched before leaving your house. This is beyond coincidence, but you’re ecstatic to learn that the fan you want is on sale today.
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 many young professionals moving into urban centers to live and work—and rising crime rates and traffic congestion in many cities worldwide—public security is a growing challenge. Municipalities are looking at technology solutions to address it.
DCPOS-focused IT solution providers don’t often think of the hotel market as one bursting with opportunity. From the outside, hotels might look as challenging as government to crack into. While there are some challenges to navigate, it’s not as difficult as you might imagine. Once you understand the landscape and establish some key relationships, you could be on your way to diverse revenue streams.
What’s the difference between data centers and disco music? Disco’s dead, baby.
Unified Comm & Collaboration
Today’s hypercompetitive business landscape requires organizations of all types and sizes to provide exceptional customer service. One critical area where customers can have either good or poor experiences is a company’s call center. Even if your clients consider themselves customer-focused, they might fall short of expectations if their call centers lack these technology features, integrations and AI-powered capabilities.
For the past several years, Cisco has been seeking opportunities to accelerate a move into software and businesses that create recurring revenues—for itself and its partners. For Q2 2018, the company announced that recurring revenue comprises 33% of its total revenue, up from 6% of total revenue at the beginning of its fiscal 2015. In addition to several software company acquisitions over the last few years, Cisco is reinventing the network to be software-focused and driving security across the entire network.