One of the least liked phrases around here is digital transformation. What does it mean? It’s so nebulous and doesn’t attach any particular technology or pain point when using it. We talk about the customer’s digital journey and it means something different for every company and every “owner” of said journey.
A majority of companies have some sort of firewall. Many feel a false sense of protection and don’t even know the potential risks of insufficient armor.
It’s (still) an exciting time to be in the mobile business. The demand for fast, intelligent devices at end users’ fingertips has continued to increase from over a decade ago when the smartphone was first introduced.
So, if you aren’t currently offering mobile solutions or want to enhance your practice, what options do you have? There are several ways to go about growing your mobile practice, so we’ve outlined a few to get you started.
Trends in mobility and IoT are leading to more data, how does this create opportunity in the channel?
TBI recently held its quarterly all company meeting where executives and other department heads recapped our successes from last year and plans for 2018. It’s remarkable how far our organization has come in the last 12 months.
Where will the Internet of Things take us? Well, to start we first need to define the ‘us’ and depending on where you’re positioned within the IoT industry, will make a great difference on how you view the future of IoT. So, let’s walk through a few “us” scenarios.
TBI announced the upcoming launch of mobile app, TBI On Demand, releasing to all partners January 9, 2018.
With the recent passing of the Modernizing Government Technology Act, it will not just be government increasing their investment in new technologies in 2018. There is no better time than now to work with customers as they migrate workloads to the cloud. Download our guide to learn what to sell now that will open the door to more sales and will build your cloud solution funnel.