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Just in time (hopefully) for your 2015 industry trend prediction posts, here are five things to do right, courtesy of security and mobile cloud services provider Neohapsis and their excellent list of 215 security predictions. (No, Neophasis is NOT a client and I had nothing to do with this list of predictions.) Kind of wish […]

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What? You Skipped These In Your Case Study?

While revising a series of case studies for a global IT services company, I found myself asking them over and over: What did you do for your client that was different or better than what either the client or your competitors could have done? How did your work help your client’s bottom line? These two seemingly […]

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Content Cookbook #4: Containers

Over the last ten years or so, virtualization has taken over the world of X86-based servers. Creating pools of “virtual” servers on single physical machines slashed capital and operating costs for in-house data centers. It also let newcomers like Amazon Web Services rent out slices of their ginormous compute, storage and network resources to anyone […]

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Should We Really “Think Like Publishers?”

Just when we all got used to the idea that “every vendor should be a publisher” comes word that, indeed, they shouldn’t. They instead need to be marketers who publish content to achieve specific business objectives. It’s one of a number of good points in a very useful presentation “Yeah, it’s content, but is it […]

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When Content Turns Off Buyers

Recent research  from on-line IT marketer Spiceworks says yes.  Their users don’t give a hoot about spray-and-pray email blasts or mindless product promos on Facebook. What does keep them caring about and buying from vendors, says Spiceworks, are personal, technical responses to their questions from someone who sees them as a person, not just a […]

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Overusing “Transformation”

Everywhere from interior decorating to education to healthcare, everyone’s claiming they deliver “transformation.” But when it comes to  selling information technology and services, is the “T” word an effective value promise, or a vague buzzword that sets both the buyer and seller up for trouble? I’m curious to hear from other marketers about how your […]

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Content Cookbook #3: Selling DevOps

(One in an ongoing series of sample drip content marketing campaigns for IT vendors. Feel free to steal this sequence or, if you’d like help customizing one for your needs, email or call at 508 725-7258.) DevOps is the process of combining historically separate development and operations functions to speed application deployment. This is especially […]

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Differentiating Local IT Service Shops

A lot of local and regional IT “solution” providers I work with have a self-esteem issue. When I ask “What differentiates you from your competitors?” they say “Nothing.” “We just do what everyone else does – install and manage networks, do user support, plan upgrades, execute cloud migrations,” they say. Or, “We try to listen to […]

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