An IT manager’s work can be difficult at times. This is mostly because of the ever-dynamic nature of technology. There is always something new and better being developed every day. It is the work of the IT manager to know the best technology to use, one that functions on a 24-hour basis and also one […]
The MSP 501 is the first, largest, and most comprehensive ranking of managed service providers worldwide. This year, Channel Futures received a record number of submissions. Applications poured in from Europe, Asia, South America, and beyond.
If you work for a company that deals with government agencies, you may have heard of the NIST, or The National Institute of Standards and Technology. The NIST has its own unique set of standards by which certain companies and organizations must comply. These cybersecurity guidelines, implemented by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and […]
Create and Collaborate With The All-New and Completely Radical Microsoft Whiteboard What do most companies have in common these days? The need to collaborate on a multitude of projects. Enter the old-fashioned whiteboard. This key piece of “equipment” is where a group might gather around while someone draws or makes bulleted lists. They write down […]
The Microsoft Inspire 2018 partner conference is now behind us, but the new dawn that it marked for the company’s cloud computing service, Azure, has just begun. Of course, there was a lot that transpired from this partner conference, especially the new opportunities, resources, and incentives that are now available for partners. In this write-up […]
With the escalating cyber threats that affect the U.S. Government, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued a Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) to safeguard the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) unclassified information. The regulation now requires all aerospace and defense companies to be compliant. Roadmap to DFARS Compliance In order to be considered DFARS […]
Why the big hubbub over HTTPS?… Because from now on, users who visit HTTP sites will be hit with a BIG WARNING from Google. This will happen to anyone using Google Chrome version 68. Google warns that you should have been protecting your websites with HTTPS for a while now. And this isn’t just for […]
Are you using an iPhone or iPad? It may be worth it to hold off a few days before hitting that update button. Why? Reports are surfacing that after updating to #IOS 11.4.1 there are issues with app updates. The App store shows many apps that need to be updated, but when you press ‘update‘ […]
If there is a product that has proven itself worthy of Microsoft’s pride, then it is Dynamics 365, the company’s cloud-based combination ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRM (customer relationship management) enterprise system. It turns out that Dynamics 365 recorded a growth of 65 percent during the first three quarters of Microsoft’s 2018 financial year. […]
Do I Need a CCNA Level Engineer to Fix My Network Problem? — If some or all of your network hardware or software is made by Cisco, you likely need a CCNA level engineer at a minimum to properly set up new hardware or to troubleshoot any issues with your current hardware and software. A Cisco Certified Network Associate is able to provide advice as to the next steps needed to get your systems working as they should.