React to the after effects, or prevent the incident from ever happening? Now, that choice has come to end user support.
As retailers embrace the increased use of mobile technology by both its shoppers and its employees, they need to think more about security. How do you manage the guest access?
Retailers are fighting a constant battle against internet shopping and off-price retailers. Regardless of demographic segment, mobile technology is everywhere. People carry smartphones everywhere and depend on them for most aspects of their life, especially shopping.
Your networks and devices are safe, aren’t they? Corporate and client data is locked down, right? Right?
Big data, the Internet of Things, wireless networks…these and other technologies are driving a digital transformation in our personal lives and in the way we do business.
What if you could detect and correct IT problems before they impact your employees? Or make self-resolution tools available to help end users diagnose and fix problems on their own?
If support organizations are going to address the demands of today's technology users, they need to consider adopting a more transformative support model.
Just when you think you have the needs of Millennials figured out, here comes the iGeneration.
When it comes to shopping, we all get a little emotional. What brings us in and keeps us coming back are positive experiences. So, where do retailers turn to find the enablers of those positive shopping experiences?
Pomeroy is excited to announce the June 15th launch of the new Whirlpool Service Desk.
Pomeroy is helping clients launch new applications and capabilities across wide area networks with our comprehensive SD-WAN solution. It's a complete package of high-bandwidth network services that delivers a more agile, responsive IT infrastructure. Steve Vandegriff explains more.
There are a couple ways to push new applications to remote network locations. The old way, which could take days or weeks to complete. Or the new way...SD-WAN. Watch as Steve Vandegriff explains more.
Steve Vandegriff makes the case for software-defined wide area networks for businesses with multiple locations.
How do you attract top IT talent when unemployment rates in the industry are nearly zero?
System crashes, data corruptions, security hacks. With an unreliable infrastructure, these disasters can happen, spelling doom for your long-term aspirations.
Businesses rely on first-rate data solutions to help optimize their business practices and be agile enough to respond to business changes. Every company needs the dependability of swift application deployment and IT productivity to remain relevant.
Nothing hampers business progress like a clunky, outdated data center. But transforming your data center from the Stone Age to the digital age demands more than just keeping up with the latest industry trends.
Change for change's sake? Hardly. Digital technologies are transforming traditional work processes with a specific outcome in mind.
In this era of unprecedented levels of data corruption and hacking, proper data security is valued like never before. Colin Henry shows how to meet the need for speed without the instability of merging solutions.
Stephen Vandegriff's notes from the 2017 NRF Big Show