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  • Microsoft Closes XP Support Door, Opens Revenue Window for ITSPs

    by Len DiCostanzo  | January 20, 2014
    Industry number crunchers estimate 30 to 40 percent of the SMB market runs Microsoft Windows XP and Office 2003. With Microsoft ending support for these products on April 8, there is a short but fantastic window of opportunity for information technology service providers (ITSPs) to build stronger relationships with clients and uncover new revenue opportunities. Here are four ways to make this situation work in your favor: 1. Be Proactive. Whether you use spreadsheets to track client assets or us ...
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  • Target’s Recent Data Breach Highlights a Wider Business Concern

    by Scott Barlow  | December 19, 2013
    Target disclosed earlier today that it experienced a major security breach that could compromise upwards of 40 million credit card and debit card accounts. Between November 27 and December 15, cybercriminals appear to have broken through the data protection measures in the company’s point-of-sale systems across the entire retail chain; with the exception of its online catalog operations. With access to Target customers’ PIN information, thieves could withdraw money from customers&rsq ...
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  • Microsoft Closes XP Support Door, Opens Revenue Window for ITSPs

    by Len DiCostanzo | Jan 20, 2014
    Industry number crunchers estimate 30 to 40 percent of the SMB market runs Microsoft Windows XP and Office 2003. With Microsoft ending support for these products on April 8, there is a short but fantastic window of opportunity for information technology service providers (ITSPs) to build stronger relationships with clients and uncover new revenue opportunities. Here are four ways to make this situation work in your favor: 1. Be Proactive. Whether you use spreadsheets to track client assets or us ...
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