Here are a handful of notable quotables from solution provider executives that appeared in stories on CRN.com the week of March 20-24.
|An executive with the Michigan firm reveals how team members with IT experience and vertical knowledge keep up with IoT projects.|
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|TEKsystems breaks down how well businesses get the new techniques to enhance brand and drive sales.|
|A panel of cloud service provider executives says VARs, MSPs and telecom agent partners getting into the cloud require education around how to sell.|
This change to the Chrome browser system is one of which U.S. patent applicants will want to be aware because of its impacts to some of the digital resources made available by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Recently, a data breach at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) demonstrated once again the vulnerability of data and how even when an organization has seemingly deployed the right tools, security holes can be exploited to gain access to highly sensitive information.
Google ranking always triggers controversy and debate. Every time there’s a new Google algorithm up for release, rumors fly thick and fast as to which type of sites may be penalized and which are likely to be rewarded.
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|Looking for opportunities in the software-defined data center? This group stands on the leading edge.|
Take it from a solution provider's attorney: As IT transforms business, it impacts the law, and raises the profile of the general counsel.
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Email remains the king of marketing tactics for generating leads and higher ROI, a study finds.
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