Any time a reseller considers bringing a new device into the mix, there needs to be some compelling rationale. Often the conversation can be reduced to a single question: Who are the users?
We’re now nearly seven weeks into the Watson Build challenge for Business Partners, and at every stop in our travels the response has been amazing.
After the whirlwind of this year’s PartnerWorld Leadership Conference, where do I begin? Seeing so many of our Business Partners sharing their success stories on stage was great to validate what we all know—IBM’s winning strategy is driving new opportunities for our clients and our Business Partners.
One may ask, if you already have great next-generation technology, why do you need Invincea’s technology? There’s an “Avengers” analogy to be had here: It’s great to have a group of heroes around to defend the world. But it’s much better to add another hero to the ensemble.
The main cyber threats companies are not prepared for are: outsider attack (43%), data vulnerability (38%), insider sabotage (35%), user errors (35%), and phishing (35%), according to a Bitdefender survey on US IT decision makers.
During previous installments of the Cloud Success Blog series, we focused on many components that are necessary to make the shift to a reoccurring cloud-based practice:Transforming your technical skills, Shifting to digital marketing, Changing your team’s compensation and Implications of moving to a reoccurring monthly revenue model.