Even with the growing number of use cases, many VARs may still wonder how they can take part in the expanding IoT market. In this infographic, we’ll explore 5 of the unrealized opportunities you can leverage to jump start your IoT practice.
When the possibilities are seemingly endless, customers will need some help in imagining the potential for IoT devices and sensors. Here are some examples to get the sales team’s creative juices flowing when selling into vertical markets.
Analytics can be confusing. Results aren’t. Here are 5 reasons to use business intelligence.
The vendor ecosystem in the IoT is complex. The IoT is not just one piece of technology, but an interrelated collection of hardware, software, services, and connectivity that must work together as a bigger solution.
In this guest blog, Carrie MacGillivray, Vice President, Mobile & Internet of Things, IDC, discusses the challenges around finding the right vendor or set of vendors that can work to deliver a complete solution.
Last week, Avnet Technology Solutions’ partner blog, Avnet Advantage, was recognized by the Business Marketing Association (BMA) and Association of National Advertisers (ANA) as the Best Corporate Blog of 2016. Continue reading to see why!
Unlike traditional IT, the New Era of IT isn’t being driven by a single, new trend or technology entering the marketplace. Instead, it’s being driven by the maturation and convergence of several technology trends at the same time: Cloud. Big Data & Analytics. Converged Infrastructure. Security. Mobility. The Internet of Things.
Learn how you can secure your place in this New Era of IT in this infographic from Avnet.
In this blog, we’ll explore how the FSA One Frameworks initiative from Avnet, NetApp, and Cisco offers reseller partners a whole new FlexPod sales motion, relieving and removing most of the complexity and delay sometimes experienced in the traditional model.
Even with the growing number of use cases, many VARs may still wonder how they can take part in the expanding Internet of Things (IoT) market. They look at their current enterprise capabilities—perhaps selling server, storage, networking and software—and wonder how they could engage in what seems to be a very device- and sensor-based ecosystem. In this blog, we’ll take a look at how VARs can find unrealized opportunities in the IoT market through their current practices in converged and mobility.
All too often in the data security world, companies aren’t looking at the whole picture on what could happen in the event of an attack. While it’s unlikely that you’ll walk into an abandoned data center overrun by walkers, the possibility of a major security breach hitting the business is very real in this day and age.
A large percentage of IT resources and budgets are spent on infrastructure management and maintenance. Learn how you can get the most out of your converged infrastructure and beat the competition with FSA One Frameworks in this #90SecondSolution featuring Avnet Solutions Manager, Bruce Gilroy.
“So which converged infrastructure stack should I hang my hat on? Which is the best one? Which one is growing in the market? Which one will still be around in a few years? Which suppliers are really supporting the channel? Where should we invest our resources and focus, you know we want to grow our revenue and customer base, right? And margin, we need to be profitable, of course…”
Since we regularly hear some variation of these questions, I thought I’d offer my perspective.
The true power of IoT for the enterprise customer is not in the devices or sensors themselves, but in how that user harnesses the data and turns it into business insight. It is important that VARs remember that they hold the true value in helping customers leverage this data. Here’s how:
In the brief video below, I’ll provide a high level overview of what co-location services can offer our partners and their customers and how they can take advantage of the unique opportunities found in offering those services.
Competition is a big and complex topic, but FSA One Frameworks™ offers several advantages over other
We’ve grown accustomed to thinking of SLAs as a critical component in our relationship with service providers and customers. But as cloud computing becomes more pervasive and the features of cloud services flourish, are SLAs as important in cloud computing as we think?