“Time and Tide Wait for No Man”… The origins of this phrase date back to at least 1225 AD (ref: The Phrase Finder [www.phrases.org.uk]) yet what does it have to do with shifting your Digital Marketing mix and Lead Generation process toward Inbound Marketing?
Odds are your customers will be the cause of their own business’ downtime, so they (and you) better be prepared. Research shows that human error is the leading cause of downtime for large sites, and comes in second to network outages for all other sites.*
Dell and (from what I’ve heard) around 14,000 of our friends will be descending on Washington, D.C. for Microsoft’s WorldWide Partner Conference starting this Sunday. We’re going big again this year as a titanium sponsor -- hosting several engaging sessions and presenting a massive, interactive booth featuring on-site demos of our products and solutions.
When IT professionals talk about software defined data centers, the emphasis is typically on virtual servers — how they’re created, provisioned and maintained. But a truly smart software defined data center should be optimized as comprehensively as possible, across all resources. And among those, one of the most critical is storage.
The only constant in life is change, as the saying goes. We’ve seen this vividly in the technology industry in recent years with not one, but two major shifts: big data and cloud. The first drives a new set of workloads with challenging demands placed on the servers, and the second, a new consumption model for how to utilize those servers. Combined, these shifts place a broad set of new requirements on IT infrastructures.
At this year’s Google I/O developer conference, the technology giant shared its vision of a connected world where smart watches, smartphones, cars, laptops, televisions, and thermostats all interact seamlessly with one another.
Providing value to customers has long been a priority for SYNNEX Corp. in Fremont, Calif. One key strategy for doing so entails assisting integrator partners in expanding their solution portfolios. Managed print services (MPS) initiatives, supported by a vendor-agnostic Trustmark SYNNEX helped to develop, exemplify this strategy and play a key role here.
Once upon a time cold calling was the number one technique for generating sales. It still works. But in today’s sales 2.0 environment, social media has emerged as a key success factor for engaging new prospects, demonstrating value, and getting sticky with new and current customers.