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IT Channel

IoT and Business Success

  There’s no secret or shortcut to success; being able to offer your clientele products/services in a more effective way than your competitors consistently is key, and being able to offer them a sense of confidence with how you are able to embrace technology to their advantage. ‘It’s already clear that the IoT boost productivity…

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Organizing IT for Better Financial Decisions

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail; an old saying that continues to hold true. Creating a plan doesn’t only create a way to stay organized, it essentially lays down a path of success which merely needs to be followed explicitly in order to achieve certain results. The more mindful an organization is…

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How Technology Better Connects Physical & Digital World

The impact of technology on the world is in constant transition; the capabilities of technology continue to push personal and business potential to new heights. When it comes to business in particular, the right software can better connect and track the processes of both the physical and digital movements being made. Tech that is able…

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IT Governance

The best way to understand how something is functioning is to have a clear understanding of all of the components that make up the particular thing in question. From a vehicle to your home’s HVAC equipment, the more you understand the intricacies of how a system is supposed to operate, the more you’ll be able…

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6 things I think I think for IaaS in 2013

By John Cowan, CEO and Co-Founder Another year, another dollar… or something like that.  It’s time for an update on the 6 things I think I think for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) in the coming year! 1. Hybrid Cloud Computing 2012 Perspective: Hybridization WAS key in 2011 and I’m doubling down in 2012.  If you’ve paid attention…

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Part IV: Evolve (Again) or Die

By John Cowan, CEO Tiffani Bova from Gartner recently published a major research report looking at the impact of the cloud on the channel and vice versa.  One of Gartner’s principal conclusions goes like this: If traditional channel partners don’t react quickly enough to the changes in the market, they will be replaced by other…

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Part III: The Cloud Crux of the Emerging Market Conflict

By John Cowan, CEO As the Internet has matured over the past ten years, channel disintermediation was rather limited in scope.   Managed co-lo operators were busy picking up the pieces from companies like Exodus and Worldcom and other dot bombs, building out the new infrastructure foundation for customers to ‘host’ or rent virtual or physical…

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