From our Preferred Partner, Foresite SIEM, which stands for Security Incident and Event Management, is a toolset that has roots in log management but has since evolved to become smarter and more nuanced. Because of its evolution over time, there are some misunderstandings about what SIEM truly does and how it affects customers. We separate […]
Learn about the exploits affecting every CPU in almost every device used everyday and how Ingram Micro can help protect you and your customers.
How many more opportunities would you be able to close if your sales associates or new hires had a working foundational knowledge of the technology they sell and how it interacts to form one solution? How many more opportunities would your business have if your staff knew what other offerings to recommend complementing existing services? The possibilities are endless.
The recent Equifax breach is just another example of a cyberattack on a financial institution that made headline news. The CEO was ousted almost immediately, the financial impact to the company will be staggering, and their reputation has been severely damaged.
With IM Link, Ingram Micro’s exclusive peer-to-peer services network, VARs have the opportunity to partner with expert service providers for opportunities outside their geography, technological scope, or if time on the in-house bench is at a premium. Check out a list of questions to ask yourself when considering a project, authored by IM Link Preferred […]
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Want to bid on a government contract or have an opportunity that requires a diversity classification or security clearance? IM Link can help connect you with partners that meet these important classifications. To search for service providers with these designations, log in to IM Link and select the Geo Search option. Then, enter in the […]
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By harnessing the power of Ingram Micro Professional Services, you have a team of experts in your corner to enhance current security plans and bolster overall risk management.
“White hat” professionals are called Certified Ethical Hackers, and they are uniquely positioned with the skillset of a hacker but the ethics of a trusted advisor.