With Microsoft’s Intune Graph APIs, partners can pull PCs, tablets and smartphones under one policy and control umbrella, commonly described as unified endpoint management, or UEM. That should be music to the ears of any partner with a mobility management practice — but beware Windows desktop admins seeking to preserve the status quo.
Learn about the new UEM opportunity for partners with expertise in mobility and endpoint management and security. Besides Microsoft, VMware and a raft of security vendors have compelling stories for partners.
Discover why end of life for Windows 7 could be the tipping point — and why you should never do a Windows 10 migration without the UEM discussion.
Hear what Brad Anderson, corporate vice president for Microsoft’s enterprise mobility and management group, has to say about the end of images and the dawn of auto provisioning from the cloud.
Just because a customer has embraced cloud or is doing DR in an as-a-service model doesn’t mean they can ignore the care and feeding of the process. Things can, and do, go wrong. Shortchanging planning and testing can create a real catastrophe when systems fail or are hit by ransomware.
In this article, we’ll:
Lay out best practices for helping customers spec out the proper connectivity to implement the critical elements of a disaster recovery plan
Discuss how to uncover problems before they impact the business
Explain why introducing cloud services brings new and interesting concepts into the DR equation
Earlier this year, Google changed the way it indexes websites. Those sites not optimized for mobile devices will be penalized significantly in search engine rankings. But that’s not the only reason partners need to take an omnichannel, mobile-optimized approach to reaching their customers.
In this report you’ll learn:
Why Google decided to move to mobile-first indexing
The ramifications Google’s mobile-first approach to ranking search results will have on channel partners
Best practices partners can use to create their own mobile-first and omnichannel marketing strategy
With the volume of cyber threats on the rise, organizations are scrambling to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals. This spells big opportunities for MSPs and MSSPs. But to get an edge on the competition, you need to pick the right security tools. In this report you’ll learn:
Which managed security services to offer
Why the layered managed security services approach is so important
What areas security service providers should avoid when first starting out
Unified communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) is an affordable, scalable solution that lets businesses optimize communications with their clients as well as their ever-more-mobile employees. It also provides channel partners with monthly recurring revenue.
One problem: In regulated industries, adoption may be stalled by compliance concerns. In your role as a trusted adviser, you can help by vetting UCaaS vendors to ensure they meet requirements. This article offers expert advice on doing just that.
Learn six important questions to ask any potential UCaaS provider.
Explore how the unique security requirements of UCaaS can be affected by compliance requirements.
Review the pros and cons of multi-tenant and hosted service delivery models for regulated clients.
Enterprise video is a massively growing part of digital business. It’s also about more than just video conferencing: There are multiple — often intersecting — enterprise video use cases that in turn demand the kind of technical expertise partners bring to the table. It all adds up to significant market opportunity for channel pros.
In this article you will learn:
How video, both live-streamed and recorded, is poised for explosive growth in terms of global internet traffic and business usage
What are five of the most significant enterprise video use cases beyond video conferencing
How partners can improve their odds of success by delivering real value in their video solutions
With the wholesale adoption of smart mobile devices and 24/7 mobile connectivity, customer support expectations have grown beyond toll-free numbers and music-on-hold. Communications platform-as-a-service, or CPaaS, can expand the range of capabilities of enterprise customer communications and push the service provider industry into new and exciting areas.
In this article you’ll learn:
Why enterprises should expand from fielding simple voice calls to engaging customers through voice, text, email and video
How CPaaS can pay big benefits for the channel partner
How channel partners can put a plan in place to capitalize on CPaaS
Modern businesses need much more than just a telephone — and even email — for communications: They must give their users the ability to exchange texts and collaborate via audio and, increasingly, video conferences, and to do so from the road. Unified communications and collaboration-as-a-service (UCaaS) providers can capitalize on this need. As the enterprise communications business moves from telephony to unified communications and collaboration, UCaaS providers can capitalize on this transition by knowing their customers.
In this report, you’ll learn:
How UCaaS providers can distinguish themselves in a crowded market
Why communications offerings must integrate seamlessly with the core email capability
Why customer relationships may be one of UCaaS providers’ biggest assets
PDFs documents are key to helping law firms store, retrieve and share information. But without a single easy way to automate the creation, management and communication of PDFs, firms face high-cost manual labor. Read this article to learn how ABBYY can help you equip the legal professionals on your staff with a powerful tool to:
Enhance Collaboration with PDFs
Reduce Risk with Secure and Compliant PDFs
Track Changes on Critical Documents
Use One Single Solution to All PDF Challenges
Read on this article to learn about real use-case examples and how ABBYY FineReader can be used to improve the daily document processes in your law practice.