This section provides examples of G2 press quotes. As a respected analyst, Joseph was frequently quoted in various trade journals, newspapers, magazines, blogs and websites. He’s been interviewed and quoted in everything from local newspapers to White House press releases. Please review the below presentation and then keep scrolling for more information.
White House Agrees With Villarosa’s Views On Information Technology And Healthcare!
Mr. Villarosa Stated, “Today, from start to finish 50 to 60 people have access that that person’s medical records and that figure is conservative for many larger institutions. With electronic forms and claims there could actually be LESS of a need for security because less people have access to the patient’s records.” The White House agreed with the statement and added…”
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Joseph Villarosa, a small-business strategic analyst and former epidemiologist, says, “Things were quiet at first, but now the phone is ringing off the hook. Companies have realized that they still need to do business, sell product, regroup, find new ways of selling stuff, restrategize – but all under a new set of conditions.”Read More
…”Fifty-three percent of small businesses are neutral to negative about IT affecting their business goals and 32 percent of midsize businesses are neutral to negative about IT affecting their business goals,” says Villarosa.Read More
Noted technology Analyst, Joseph Villarosa states: “the Freei.Net business model is unique for several reasons: They are the first company to release a truly free Mac offer, utilize regional banner advertising and approach the critical mass of customers needed for profitability. They have strong financial support from Sequoia Capital and a very strong technology partner […]Read More
However, Joseph Villarosa, a strategic consultant for the small business market, notes that while enterprises typically have strong security in place, many small companies don’t even have a firewall. Villarosa says they’re just waiting for something to happen before they buy something, but warns his clients they may not be hit by a full-out assault. […]Read More
…Joseph Villarosa, a small-business strategic analyst and former epidemiologist, says, “Things were quiet at first, but now the phone is ringing off the hook. Companies have realized that they still need to do business, sell product, regroup, find new ways of selling stuff, restrategize – but all under a new set of conditions.”Read More
…”SMBs account for 98 percent of all US businesses, represent about 50 percent of the Gross National Product, and spend approximately $445 billion annually on information technology products and services,” said Joseph Villarosa, director of the Yankee Group’s Small & Medium Business Communications program. “There is no question that service providers, as well as equipment […]Read More
According to small business technology analyst Joseph Villarosa, such solutions as IBM’s Small Business Program will “help to place small businesses on a level playing field with larger enterprises.” This would seem to serve the interest of the e-commerce community in a general sense, upping the competition index.Read More
…Joseph Villarosa, an independent Internet industry analyst who was hired by HearingRoom.com to evaluate its service, said, “You have to realize that text streaming of congressional proceedings is only one of many forums where this company can thrive. They can just as easily be the first to move into streaming text of conference calls, college […]Read More
…Over 40 per cent of small businesses and 84 per cent of medium-sized businesses prefer to keep networking local. Joseph Villarosa, director of SME business communications at Yankee Group, said he was “staggered” by the results.Read More
“IBM’s announcement is significant because it represents a complete e-business solution for small businesses. In doing so, it provides a single point of contact for a number of complementary technological and business solutions that, if adopted, help to place small business on a level playing field with larger enterprises,” according to small business technology analyst […]Read More
…”A lot of small businesses are in the early stages of e-commerce, like sending e-mails back and forth,” said Boston information technology consultant Joseph Villarosa. “But they are not really conducting business on the Internet. IBM is smart to see this coming and try to help early adopters move up the chain to larger products.”Read More
SBSA will provide personal solutions and guidance to small businesses, instead of presenting only a potentially confusing array of options for an uninformed and busy small business person to choose from, “There is certainly no lack of information, products, web sites, or technology available to small businesses,” states former Gartner Group and Yankee Group Analyst, Joseph Villarosa. […]Read More
…”The PC used to be a profit-making thing, but now it’s just a commodity,” says Joseph Villarosa, an independent technology analyst. Now “the PC is the enabler of a communication service or set of services.”Read More
Scalability. “Your system should be tailored to your business plan, plus some”, says Joseph Villarosa, director of the small and medium business practice at the Yankee Group. PBX, or private branch exchange, is the heart of the modern business phone system, and usually is expandable, says Voit. Find out from your consultant or your value-added […]Read More
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… “Quite frankly, we were staggered by these results,” says Joseph Villarosa, director of Yankee Group’s Small & Medium Business Communications program. “With the level of strategic value placed on connectivity over the past several years, it is surprising that so many SMBs have yet to adopt the necessary networking technologies needed to better meet […]Read More