Out-of-the-Box Deployment – A Smarter Way to Roll Out Your Enterprise Mobility Suite
The need to give employees the tools required to get their jobs done must be balanced with the enterprise’s requirements for security and device management. It’s no wonder that IT departments can feel anxious about striking this balance when rolling out new devices to their employees. Fortunately, the right partner can help you make sense of your entire enterprise mobility suite and enable your IT department to focus on more strategic initiatives.
Threat Overload and How to Deal with It
An organization’s ability to respond to security threats depends on how quickly it can spot those threats in all of the alert data generated by its detection systems. Too much data can complicate matters just as significantly as too little of it.
Creating Smart Buildings with IoT
IoT and the digitization of our world is changing ‘smart’ by connecting disparate silos, devices and applications, and turning them into intelligent, collaborative systems that can do much more than has been possible in the past.
Retail IT Support - 4 Reasons Retailers Should Take a Consolidated Approach to Procurement
The more technologies retailers add to the stores, the more complex and challenging the procurement process becomes. Common mistakes can have a negative effect on the retailer’s bottom line and put the entire project at risk. Fortunately, a consolidated approach can make the procurement process far more efficient and effective by dealing with a single retail IT support partner.
Best Practices for Healthcare IT Asset Disposition
Just like every other business, education center or government office, hospitals and healthcare organizations need hardware refreshes. And just like every other industry, disposing of used and outdated IT assets is a multistep process that requires careful consideration and proactive planning.
Enterprise Mobile Solutions – A Better Way to Procure Business Value, Not Just Devices
There is a lot of confusion around what mobile device procurement really is and how to get it done. It is easy to label it a technical task: “Hardware? Features? Configuration? That’s the responsibility of the IT department.” But as any company leader will tell you, technology itself is useless unless it solves a business problem.