How to Save Your Business Some Benjamins by Outsourcing Your IT Service Desk
Benjamins. Greenbacks. Clams. Moolah. Wherever or whomever you are, money plays a huge role in how you run your business. And whether it’s saving a few pennies on your morning cup of coffee, finding a good deal on company hardware or discovering a way to slash resourcing costs in your business, saving money is one of your biggest motivators to action
The Changing Realities of IT - Why Provisioning is Critical to Your Enterprise Mobility Management
The role of IT has shifted dramatically in recent years, and the enterprise environment looks completely different than it did in the past. The new enterprise is no longer limited to desktop PCs confined within the corporate firewall and protected by the physical security of the building itself. So what can you do to remain secure in this new reality?
The Challenge of Big Data Mining on Legacy Systems
Big Data analytics can offer disruptive new opportunities for everything from individualized customer service to real-time information products – but first having the right infrastructure is critical.
Vigilance: Best Defense Against Malware
A few weeks ago, the world was introduced to WannaCry, a variant of crypto-locker ransomware designed to exploit a Server Message Block (SMB) vulnerability in Microsoft operating systems known as EternalBlue. Since WannaCry first made the news, it has spread to more than 300,000 targets in more than 150 countries worldwide, making it one of the largest attacks in the history of the Internet.
Why Testing Retail IT Systems Saves You Time and Money
Customers go into stores expecting an easy and enjoyable experience. They want to be able to purchase a product without running into any issues. This is the promise that you made to them when installing new retail IT systems and technology into your stores. But when a problem does occur, you’ve broken that simple promise. It’s that serious.
4 Tips for Asset Disposition in Financial Services
From bank floors to boardrooms to the trading bullpens of Wall Street, technology is one of the key drivers of financial services. But what happens when that technology reaches the end of the line?