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Comprehensive Disaster Planning Key to Business Survival

Comprehensive Disaster Planning Key to Business Survival

When he once was questioned about an opponent’s strategy for an upcoming fight, heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson famously remarked: “Everybody has a plan — until they get hit.” The sentiment is also unfortunately true for many organizations and their emergency response planning. There is nothing like an actual crisis to expose the weaknesses of a plan.

Monday, March 12, 2018/Author: Mark Hogan, VP of Sales/Number of views (571)/Comments (0)/
The Value of Automation in the Multisite IT Environment

The Value of Automation in the Multisite IT Environment

When organizations first started using virtualization, they viewed it as a way to lower costs by reducing the data center footprint and better utilizing IT resources. Fewer physical servers were needed, cutting both capital expenditures and the operational overhead needed to manage and maintain that equipment. A streamlined environment also required less real estate and cost less to power and cool.

Monday, December 11, 2017/Author: Mark Hogan, VP of Sales/Number of views (586)/Comments (0)/
How Instore Technology Is Transforming the Retail Experience

How Instore Technology Is Transforming the Retail Experience

The retail trade has changed dramatically over its 200-year history. The general stores of the 19th century provided necessities, and the department stories of the 20th century brought luxury and choice to the masses. Now 21st-century technology is revolutionizing retail, make it possible to engage consumers on an entirely new level.

Monday, October 09, 2017/Author: Mark Hogan, VP of Sales/Number of views (667)/Comments (0)/
How Cloud-Managed Servers Address the Challenges of Modern Branch IT

How Cloud-Managed Servers Address the Challenges of Modern Branch IT

In a previous post, we discussed how the need to deliver an omni-channel customer experience has created new IT requirements at branch locations, especially in the retail and hospitality sectors. Because of increased demand to incorporate online capabilities into face-to-face interactions, more robust branch IT capabilities are required, from advanced applications and analytics to local storage and cloud integration.

Monday, May 15, 2017/Author: Mark Hogan, VP of Sales/Number of views (874)/Comments (0)/
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9 New Branch IT Requirements for an Omni-Channel World

9 New Branch IT Requirements for an Omni-Channel World

In a previous post, we discussed the need to deliver an omni-channel customer experience, particularly at retail and hospitality branch locations. An omni-channel experience integrates in-person interactions and experiences with online and mobile features. This requires more robust IT capabilities at branch locations, where IT infrastructures weren’t built with omni-channel in mind. Key requirements for branch IT include but are not limited to:

Monday, May 08, 2017/Author: Mark Hogan, VP of Sales/Number of views (1449)/Comments (0)/
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