Published By: Toshiba
Published Date: Apr 27, 2015
At Toshiba, we recognize your important role in our success. So, as part of our ongoing commitment to your success, we bring you Tecra® C50 Program.
What’s in it for you? A full spectrum of programs, services, perks, discounts, resources and value-added extras to help you find, win, retain and grow customers.
AVG CloudCare is the new simplified IT management system for the small business that allows cloud services and devices to be managed remotely from any web browser. A range of pay-as-you-go services like antivirus, content filtering and antispam can be added at any time, but the AVG CloudCare platform itself is always FREE!
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Most vendors seem to assume that small businesses have the expertise and full-time staff of a large enterprise to manage IT security. Too often for small and mid-sized businesses, this one-size-fits-all approach results in higher costs, lower productivity and more risk. In this paper, we’ll examine the inherent complexity of enterprise-class security products and the very different needs of smaller organizations. Then we’ll look at a simpler alternative: cloud-based endpoint security.
When we talk to Managed Service Providers both big and small, new or mature, the question of automation often comes up. All MSPs want to run their companies efficiently, and automation frees up time spent on repetitive tasks so they can focus on growing their businesses. Read the full ebook.
Businesses of all sizes are turning to converged systems to reduce costs by running more workloads in less space, rolling out IT services faster and streamlining IT operations with extensible lifecycle management and template-driven orchestration. Benefits like these create a compelling case for the use of converged systems—from small businesses and remote offices to large data centers and web-scale service providers.
As sales and margins at the enterprise level slow or stagnate, small and medium businesses represent an important and growing market for many technology product and services vendors. This makes SMB partners critically important in helping vendors reach this market.
This white paper examines the challenges medium and small businesses face as they scale communications while trying to minimize IT overhead, system maintenance costs, upgrades and simplify system management. Cost considerations for upfront and monthly expenses are analyzed in detail.
Learn how you can help your business overcome these challenges!
More than 62 percent of business owners don’t have a formal disaster plan in place in case of an emergency or a major disaster such as a flood, fire, earthquake or other calamity.
Learn about the resources available to business owners to help minimize downtime and maximize productivity in this eBrief.
Published By: Celestix
Published Date: Jan 03, 2011
Celestix MSA 1500i security appliances deliver Microsoft® Forefront® Threat
Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 for unmatched protection of SMB environments at
a low price. Block, detect and thwart attacks from beyond the edge and inside your
When IDC speaks with IT executives, questions about a storage solution's usability are often paramount. See what IDC says about storage usability as a critical requirement for IT in small and medium-size businesses and remote offices. Find out how EMC's new VNXe systems, built to fit into the space constraints of the smaller business while scaling up to 300 TB, offer advanced storage functions such as snapshots, replication, sophisticated management, and substantially improve usability.
Published By: MergerTech
Published Date: Mar 15, 2011
MergerTech's mission is to enable small and medium-sized technology companies to realize the value of their business. As the only investment banking firm exclusively focused on this space, we apply our deep domain expertise and global knowledge of buyers to deliver three key values: fast introduction to buyers, best terms and value, and greatest certainty of deal closure.
Published By: MergerTech
Published Date: Mar 15, 2011
You've worked hard to achieve, sustain, and ensure profitability for your business. You've created jobs and opportunities for your employees, and provided valuable products and services for your customers. Now, after all these years, you may begin to think about converting your work into wealth through a potential sale of your business, or growth through acquiring another business. As you begin to focus on your business' future, you may ask yourself many questions. Who might buy my business? What should I look for in a prospective buyer? How should I go about marketing my company for an acquisition? Should I buy a company instead and continue growing? How much is my business even worth? How am I going to solve these issues while maintaining my livelihood?
Our experience as Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) practitioners informs us that this thought process taken to its logical outcome is filled with possibilities and opportunities. However, it can also be tripped up by certain classic M&A mistakes that: (1) make the process unnecessarily long (sometimes taking 12 to 18 months instead of a focused four to six months); (2) don't result in the highest offer for your business (or you pay too much for another business); or (3) end up in a failed process in which you don't meet your objective to sell your business or buy another one.
We discuss here four of the most classic and potentially most damaging mistakes we have seen in M&A strategy for small and medium sized businesses.
Small and medium businesses cannot afford to lose their data. Research shows that even brief server failures can lead smaller businesses to shut their doors for good. In light of this, businesses need workable backup and disaster recovery plans. Until recently, however, most backup and disaster recovery solutions were aimed at large enterprise. Today, the environment is changing. Protecting data is becoming more and more important and new technologies are making backup and recovery strategies viable to smaller businesses.
TS Tech is an active, vibrant MSP in Pennsylvania. They have a wide variety of clients and operate with a fixed-rate business model. In order for them to get solid ROI, they have to use the best, most reliable technologies. When it comes to backup and disaster recovery, TS Tech president says StorageCraft ShadowProtect not only protects his clients, but saves him money by cutting down on backup and disaster recovery tickets.
Examine the common operational and business challenges of traditional desktop management facing SMB organizations, including infrastructure investment and implementation-related IT services and costs. Get a clear understanding how Citrix VDI-in-a-Box, an affordable, predictable turnkey VDI package, offers unique advantages compared to other VDI solutions and why SMBs can now realize the same enterprise-class desktop virtualization benefits.
Published By: Carbonite
Published Date: Jan 16, 2014
Losing your computers doesn’t have to disrupt your business if you take advantage of the cloud. Solutions like automatic cloud-based backup and collaboration applications allow you to access your data any time from any number of devices.
Yet if you’re like many owners of small-to medium-sized businesses, you may wonder what the “cloud” is and what it can do for your business.
Many IT managers, owners, and CIOs are embracing the benefits of cloud IT. Cloud has now reached critical mass in the consciousness of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), whether they are acquiring new software-as-a-service (SaaS) capabilities or making infrastructure upgrades via infrastructure as a service (IaaS). Among companies of all sizes, 50% are currently using at least one public SaaS offering, with a further 20% planning to implement public SaaS within the next year. Platform as a service (PaaS) and IaaS are less deployed today, but those areas are seeing substantial interest and growth.