ChannelVision Jan-Feb 2013

Jan – Feb 2013 (Digital Edition)

ChannelVision Jan – Feb 2013 Reports:

(20) Info-Sec for SMBS – by Tara Seals
The modern threat landscape provides partners the opportunity to use their trusted advisor role in order to help IT departments shore up the defenses.

(26) Policy Decisions – by Tara Seals
In a bring-your-own-device world, BYOD is not the only strategy. Companies also can use corporate-owned, personally enabled (COPE) methods, which allow for more control over device procurement and management.

(36) Serving the Super Shopper – by Martin Vilaboy
The retail vertical is ramping up technology investments in order to support a new level of in-store customer experience.

(46) Intercontinental Drifts – by Bruce Christian
Despite slow growth, international voice traffic remains steady.

ChannelVision Magazine Regulars:

Alternate Views
(6) One more time

Direct Feed
(8) Colo expansion
(8) Windstream in Music City
(10) VPNs mobile impact
(10) Data-driven innovation
(14) Telarix goes SaaS
(14) LTE tops WiMAX
(16) Cbeyond’s totally cloud

Data Points
(18) Numbers worth noting

IP Telephony
(54) Voice buyers want APIs

To the Cloud
(56) No TCO, no prospect

(60) Fresh look at ABLs

(64) UNSi’s ecosystem

(66) Advertiser index

Jan – Feb 2013 (Digital Edition)

About ChannelVision Magazine:

ChannelVision is a bi-monthly digital and print magazine, by channel partners selling all manner of voice, data, access, managed and business services (both on premise and “in the cloud”), as well as, technology, gear, and equipment.  ChannelVision is a highly focused and efficient way for service providers, hardware, and software companies to reach experienced channel partners targeting the small/medium business space.  Serving a controlled circulation of providers and indirect distributors of communications, network, IT and cloud-based business services, ChannelVision is telecom’s gateway to perspective on how to adapt, what to sell, and how to sell it.