Four steps to securing a customer for life

November 23, 2010
LG E-Note H1000B 10.1-inch Windows 7 tablet arrives one year late
Thomas Ricker writes about LG’s E-Note Windows 7-based tablet.

“LG’s newest take on the Windows 7 tablet form-factor is finally official. The 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 pixel capacitive screen E-Note H1000B runs Windows 7 Starter on a 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor with 16GB of SSD storage and 1GB of memory all powered by a 4-cell battery. The 14.5-mm thick / 850-gram slab packs 2x USB 2.0 jacks an SD card reader and 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0 radios when sold for 961,000 Korean won (about $850) with a portable WiMAX router bundle on LG’s home turf.”

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MSI debuts low-end Wind Top AC1900 all-in-one PC
Donald Melanson describes MSI’s new all-in-one PC product.

“MSI’s new Wind Top AC1900 does boast a slightly revised design, and some expectedly low-end but not terrible specs (assuming the price is right). That includes an 18.5-inch 1,366 x 768 display, a dual-core Celeron E3400 processor, 2GB of RAM upgradeable to 4GB, a 320GB hard drive, a built-in DVD burner, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, and Windows 7 Home Premium for an OS. Still no word on pricing or availability, but the product page on MSI’s site does seem to suggest that it’ll be available soon, if it hasn’t hit stores already.”

Four Critical Stages to Securing A Customer for Life
The VAR Guy
Len DiCostanzo shares his thoughts on the four “critical stages to securing a client for life.”

“Engage your prospect in a consulting relationship with the goal of understanding their business needs and wants, deliver one or more of the recommended solutions your clients need, managed services continue your effort to go deeper and wider in your new client’s organization and use managed services monthly operational reviews and quarterly executives reviews with your client as their springboard to becoming their trusted advisor.”

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