So, you’ve got a major IT project coming up, or your IT operations aren’t growing with your business and you need an additional hand. If onboarding a new team isn’t an option, then chances are you’re looking to outsource some of the daily operations. A quick Google will tell you that there are countless partners to choose from, but identifying the correct market models in addition to actual companies can feel like an insurmountable hurdle. Where do you get started?
Another week, another shortage it seems. COVID-19 conditioned us to expect this, but the most recent shortages (such as gasoline, beef, chicken, and pork) are due to cyber-attacks involving ransomware. The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) details that the overall threat from cybercrime has significantly increased in the past year .
Patient engagement is a hot topic for both healthcare professionals and patients. Why, you ask? Because the ultimate goal of healthcare professionals is empowered patients, and improving health outcomes with increased patient engagement is a great way to do just that.
We are thrilled and honored to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named IE to its 2021 Solution Provider 500 list for the 11th consecutive year! CRN announces its top 500 solution providers list each year, ranking the leading IT channel partner organizations across North America by revenue. This year’s impressive list represents a remarkable combined revenue of over $403 billion, underscoring the immense impact and influence these partners have on the IT industry today.
We’re once again excited to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Internet work Engineering to its 2021 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Elite 150 category. The list, released annually, recognizes the leading North American solution providers that have demonstrated innovative and forward-thinking approaches to managed IT services. These services help end users improve operational efficiencies and navigate the ongoing complexities of IT solutions, while maximizing their return on IT investments.
I'm feeling nostalgic as I write this blog. Like Rose on the movie Titanic explaining it had been 84 years since she went to Titanic and she could still smell the fresh paint.