B2B Strategic Content Aimed at the SMB Market


Technology is changing faster than most consumers — and businesses — can hope to comprehend, much less keep up with. The challenge that technology providers face, then is clearly outlining the benefits of their offerings rather than merely enumerating its features. Approaches such as white papers and case studies bring these benefits to life in concrete ways, thereby allowing customers to make an informed purchasing decision.

BYOA: Reshaping Workplace Technology

In the beginning, there was Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Knowledge workers, quick to adopt the latest smartphones, tablets, and computers, began using these personal devices for work as well as personal use. Now, organizations and their IT departments are facing the next wave of the BYO trend — Bring Your Own App (BYOA) — as

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CRS Technology Consultants Moves its Business to the Cloud with Comcast Business

Florida-based IT consulting firm boosts employee productivity and its bottom line while getting business continuity benefits with Business VoiceEdge™ and a 100 Mbps Business Internet connection out to the cloud Situation: Florida-based IT consulting firm with growing business and distributed workforce Sought business continuity and disaster recovery benefits of the cloud to ensure uptime during hurricane

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Utz Quality Foods Dips Into Comcast Business Ethernet and PRI Trunks to Connect Multiple Locations Across the Eastern United States

Leading snack brand eliminates T1s to achieve greater savings and more capacity Situation: Snack-food manufacturer with 50+ distribution centers across 22 states Acquired three new brands and distribution networks Challenge: Connect disparate offices with faster, reliable network connections Replace legacy voice connections for cost savings Standardize on one service provider wherever possible Solution: Comcast Business

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Making Mobility More Productive

Call it the “Convergence Conundrum.” While mobility is all but a given in business these days, mobile workers and their employers often have to deal with a confused jumble of business and personal communications. Even as they enjoy the freedom that mobility promises, employees lament the sense of “always being at work” that anytime access

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