TBI's Emily Ball and Bryan Reynolds deliver April Channel News.
CHICAGO, IL – April 1, 2020 - TBI, the white-glove solutions delivery provider, continues to position itself at the forefront of the IT landscape through a new strategic partnership with TierPoint, a leading provider of secure, connected data center and cloud solutions at the edge of the internet. The addition of TierPoint not only provides partners secure, reliable, and connected infrastructure solutions, but also data storage, computing, and recovery.
In the past week, we have seen an incredible change in how the country is reacting to the pandemic. Just last week many organizations were attempting to create or solidify contingency plans “if” the need to transition to a remote workforce arose - this week, that became a reality for a large majority of organizations across the globe. From finance and marketing to technology and education, working from home has suddenly become the “new normal” for the foreseeable future, and securing your remote workforce has become a top concern.
All companies, including those not yet directly impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, have a limited amount of time to make sure that they are prepared if/when the virus hits their area, maybe even directly in their organization. Right now, companies are advised to do a function-by-function audit as well as a holistic overview to identify areas needing immediate attention— addressing network security gaps, revisiting work from home policies, or tackling potential operational shortfalls, such as lack of cloud communication tools.
Today, channel partners are dealing with more complex environments than ever before. While this pace of change has led to unprecedented growth in our industry, the onslaught of information on the latest technology from vendors and distributors can be overwhelming at best. On bad days, we can shut down, stay in our lane and focus on what we’re comfortable with – network, managed and cloud services.
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TBI's Emily Ball and Bryan Reynolds deliver March Channel News.
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TBI's Emily Ball and Bryan Reynolds deliver February Channel News.
CHICAGO—February 5, 2020 –TBI announced the recent addition of Scott Ward, Cloud Communications Architect and part of the Tech Gurus team as one of the newest members of the TBI family.
CHICAGO—February 5, 2020 –TBI announced the recent addition of Chantal Dalton, Director of Marketing as one of the newest members of the TBI family.
Chicago—January 20, 2020. TBI, the white-glove solutions delivery provider, continues to position itself at the forefront of the IT landscape through a new strategic partnership with Corvid Cyberdefense. The addition of Corvid Cyberdefense provides partners an all-in-one cybersecurity solution called Haven™. Haven is not simply a technology, but a complete IT security platform designed for SMBs that addresses the three core areas of cybersecurity: protection, detection and response. This solution integrates all the proactive and reactive mechanisms into one seamless, managed solution.
A transformation has been happening in the telecom space as traditional, transactional services are making way for more complex – and more profitable – cloud-based solutions. And with this shift, many partners are facing a new selling challenge: balancing fresh, hearty opportunities while still satisfying customers’ simpler, more transactional needs. Several partners have built their business on network and more transactional services and, understandably, are not looking to abandon that book of business. How can these partners continue to grow their business with higher margin sales activity while maintaining and growing their existing revenue stream?
CHICAGO – January 8, 2020 – Tech Gurus, a team comprised of TBI's solution engineers, architects and subject matter experts, adds two new players with the addition of John Romeo as Cloud Communications Architect and James Demetrius as Cloud Infrastructure Architect. VP of Engineering Anish Patel made these significant technology hires to better enable our partners’ to sell emerging technologies.
CHICAGO – January 6, 2020 – TBI announced today David Hick, Gilbert Davis and Mark McNeill as the newest members of the TBI family. Hick and Davis are coming in as channel managers while McNeill is joining our Vendor Business Development team.
This year, this decade, we’re focused on elevating the partner experience and leveraging innovations with automation, intelligence and mobility to help improve both the employee and customer experience. TBI’s 2020 word of the year is EXPERIENCE.
I’m not telling anyone anything they don’t already know when I say we’ll be hearing a lot about SDN, IoT, Edge Compute and Mobility this year.
This article was originally published on Comcast Business Community.
We are happy to say that in 2019 our Indirect Channel grew significantly in both the number of partners selling Comcast Business and the revenue generated, and with that success, we are announcing the next level of our team’s evolution.
TBI's Emily Ball and Bryan Reynolds deliver January Channel News.