How Insurance Companies Can Overcome Difficulty Attracting IT Talent
What happens when an insurance company doesn’t have the IT talent required to keep its most essential IT solutions up and running? How can it ensure the business has the support it needs for its current and future technological initiatives? Outsourcing IT solutions can provide the ideal solution, and provide key benefits.
Hyperconvergence: Hype or Truth?
If your business is one of the many that have adopted a hyper converged infrastructure, no doubt you believe that hyperconvergence lives up to all the hype. Those of you that have not yet dipped your toe in the hyperconverged pool may in fact believe it isn’t worth making a change — but not for long.
When Migrating to the Cloud, Dependency Mapping is the Key
Changing a tire on a race car while it's still driving around the track at top speed: That's what migrating to the cloud can feel like. You can't stop your business, so how do you keep it running while migrating data and applications at the same time?
According to Frost & Sullivan's 2017 Cloud User Survey, 57 percent of businesses cite migration concerns as one of their top five reasons not to deploy to the cloud. Successfully migrating is a challenge, but it's not impossible.
Hitting Store Open Deadlines with the Help of a Retail IT Support Provider
Despite the rise of online and digital shopping, the physical store still represents around 90 percent of all retail sales in the US. As a result, opening new stores with the latest retail IT is a strategic initiative that needs to be done effectively. Learn four consequences retailers face if they delay their store opening.
How Persona-based IT Unlocks Cost Savings in Financial Services
Learn how persona-based IT can help arm employees with the right technological solutions while preventing overspending on systems that don’t provide the value financial services providers require.
Who to Choose for IT Asset Disposition
As technology evolves, what was once top of the line quickly becomes obsolete, and for many enterprises, this means constantly adapting and providing new equipment, software and applications.
But when you enable new hardware as part of your enterprise mobility solution, you also need to decide how to dispose of the old hardware, and protect the data that’s on it, all within state and federal regulations. Here’s how one company did it.