CompuCom Blog

  • Implementing New Retail IT Systems

    3 Potential Problems To Avoid When Implementing a New Retail IT Solution

    • November 09, 2016
    • Post by Jennifer Brooks

    Managing the logistics and technical requirements of various back-end and front-end retail IT systems is a top priority, but one that can be overwhelming. Avoiding these three particular issues can make the difference between a successful project and a delayed one.

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  • BYOD and the Mobile Enterprise

    Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) & Mobile Enterprise

    • November 03, 2016
    • Post by Tim McCulley

    How do you balance security and flexibility with BYOD? A modern mobile enterprise will focus on acceptable-use policies, user authentication, splitting private and professional data, and technical support.

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  • Protecting Your Company from DDoS Attacks

    An IoT Security Call to Action

    • November 01, 2016
    • Post by Will Winn

    Organizations concerned about loss of revenue and/or brand credibility should be focused on IoT security. Here are key steps that can be taken to significantly mitigate the risks of DDoS attacks impacting your organization.

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  • What's Next

    3 Signs Your Help Desk Provider Is Serious About the Future

    • October 27, 2016
    • Post by Chris Spann

    In today’s workplace, you need to provide multiple contact methods to satisfy your users’ varied preferences – and provide flexible pricing too. Here are three signs your service desk provider is serious about the workplace of today, and the future.

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  • Key steps to successfully implement an RPA-capable automation platform

    The Journey to Automation: Key Steps for Success

    • October 25, 2016
    • Post by Sam Gross

    When it comes to robotics process automation, you can’t just buy a solution off the shelf and automatically achieve enterprise automation. A clear, integrated strategy is needed.

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  • ITAD service provider

    Protect Your Corporate Data on Employee-owned Devices

    • October 20, 2016
    • Post by Jeff Hickey

    The iPhone 7 launch and Galaxy recall — and what they mean to your BYOD strategy. Three tips to help protect your organization from losing sensitive corporate data as a result of bring your own device (BYOD) policies.

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