Here are the influential voices leading the conversations where nonprofits and technology overlap.
Cloud computing, managed networking and managed print services help companies cut costs.
There are significant cost savings to be found in virtualization technologies.
Use a touch-screen kiosk to put customers in control of their shopping experience.
The latest kiosks mimic many of the touch-screen features of today’s smartphones and tablets.
Virtualized SAN technology offers flexibility and simplicity.
An ice cream company uses Revel Systems' mobile point-of-sale solution to save on space and increase mobility.
A company achieved just what it was looking for when it moved its e-mail to the cloud: no problems.
More businesses are using digital displays to increase engagement and bump up the entertainment value for customers.
The mortgage lender empowers its workers to go out and build valuable relationships with customers and partners.
From health care to car dealerships, digital signage has a use case in almost every industry.
A solid mobile-device policy and management platform can mitigate risk and ease administration.
Take these simple steps to protect over-the-air traffic.
With its branch-in-a-box strategy, PrimeLending creates repeatable process to speed remote-office openings.
Finding efficiencies in power and cooling is a top priority for businesses looking to optimize their infrastructure.
Cloud environments demand uptime and efficiency. Follow these steps to maximize both.
The original ultrabook wows with portability and fast flash storage.
The PC-sharing kit provides enterprise-class features for small and medium-sized businesses.
Theft-prevention technologies not only guard against mobile devices being stolen, but they also can erase sensitive data if a theft occurs.
Touch screens and interactive digital signage are helping companies embrace the next wave of computing.
Take these steps to protect company data and employees.
The lighter, compacter version of notebooks is gaining traction with users and IT departments.
Smart technology managers spend with an eye toward achieving savings they can reinvest in their future.