Every year, there are new trends to examine, new ideas to entertain, and fresh perspectives that can affect your business. Some of these trends may be small blips – a speed bump to weather, but nothing more. Some may be slowly changing the entire infrastructure of your industry. Regardless of these trends, it’s always important …

Today, there are billions of different devices, from tablets to smartphones, that are capable of storing and transmitting data over the Internet. With the increasing amount of data that is generated, shared, stored and accessed through cloud computing models, it is critical to protect against potential vulnerabilities of networked solutions. Perhaps especially true is insuring …

The success of a company is directly tied to the success of its employees. Without each other, neither the company nor employee are able to achieve their goals. To aid your employees in their pursuit of success, make sure you are providing these three things.   Technology Technology drives everything. There is very little (if …

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Launching a new product should feel exciting – manufacturers work hard to create new solutions to stay ahead of their competitors and gain market share. It’s an event that can easily generate a lot of hype for a vendor, but there are ways that value added resellers (VARs) can take advantage of this opportunity. VARs …

The modern credit card is an American invention—but in the twenty-first century, Europe has led the way in credit card technology. The first ‘smart cards’, equipped with their own computer chips, showed up in France more than thirty years ago. It’s taken a while for those cards, now known as EMV cards, to take hold …

The modern credit card is an American invention—but in the twenty-first century, Europe has led the way in credit card technology. The first ‘smart cards’, equipped with their own computer chips, showed up in France more than thirty years ago. It’s taken a while for those cards, now known as EMV cards, to take hold …