|The threats, highlighted in the Cisco Midyear Cybersecurity Report, present an opportunity for partners to help customers with emerging risks, the...|
These five posts from solution providers offer insights into how their customers can manage mobile technology.
|Security service providers may want to know how quickly organizations de-provision former employees from their corporate apps.|
|Tech vendors displayed scores of products during the conference, many of them to augment Office 365 and other Microsoft offerings.|
|Onboarding a new client the right way can make a difference in retaining customers. Read this advice from service provider executives.|
|In his keynote speech to thousands of channel partners, the Microsoft CEO focused on partner opportunities and debuted Microsoft 365 and Azure Stack.|
When preparing for cross-cultural communication in business negotiations, we often think long and hard about how our counterpart’s culture might affect what he says and does at the bargaining table.
Managing difficult employees is one of the biggest challenges that leaders face. When employees seem unreasonable, belligerent, or uncooperative, managers may be tempted either to brush aside the problem or, alternatively, to fly off the handle.
According to conventional wisdom, small talk builds rapport and gets both sides a better deal in the end. But in fact, the question of whether to engage in small talk can be highly context-specific.
In the workplace, it sometimes seems as if conflict is always with us. Miss a deadline, and you are likely to face conflict with your boss. Lash out at a colleague who you feel continually undermines you, and you’ll end up in conflict.
Newly formed teams are often encouraged or even required to engage in team-building techniques and exercises, which might range from volunteering at a nonprofit together to sharing little-known secrets about each other to building a tower out of marshmallows and spaghetti.
An article was published today about how to negotiate with the Russians, a product of the Harvard Negotiation Project on “Negotiating with Putin,” featured in the July/August 2017 print version of The National Interest under the headline “Russian to Judgment.”
|As businesses rip out older middleware in favor of off-premise alternatives, they could turn to managed services, a report concludes.|
|A new report finds that organizations without the latest security are three times as likely to get hit with a data breach.|
As master agents face pressure to grow to keep the channel relevant to telecom giants, more M&A activity may be on the way.
|Cloud-focused partners are increasingly looking for employees that stand out. These certifications help cloud professionals do just that.|
Service providers seen as a help to midmarket firms that are short on skills amid complex cloud infrastructure transitions.
Between the threats from outside and the threats within, security is an ever-present worry for solution providers' clients.