Newsletter | June 19, 2020

06.19.20 -- How To Secure Your Company And Clients In Today's Remote Environment

MSP COVID Playbook: Securing Your Company And Clients In This New Remote Environment

In a recent study, 74 percent of MSPs have suffered at least one cyberattack, and a lack of skills and resources has left them ill-prepared to deal with attacks — either on their clients or themselves. And even if they were prepared yesterday, today’s remote work environment has introduced new complexities. 

MSP COVID Playbook: Managing Cash Flows During A Crisis

The thing that keeps most business owners up at night is whether they have enough cash to pay their employees and their bills. You never know what economic crisis is around the corner, so it’s critical to preserve cash and have a crystal-clear picture of your company’s financial position day-to-day.

Employee Security Awareness Training

While working from home provides flexibility and less stress around commutes, it can raise new problems. An entire workforce has lost the protection of their IT department provided firewall, and hackers are waiting to pounce on any vulnerability they can find. Are you ready to protect your company’s data from your home office?

How To Create Policies To Enable A Secure Remote Workforce

As more small businesses embrace a remote workforce and have a preference for sick employees to work from home if needed, it’s a good time for technology solution providers (TSPs) to get more involved to help set guidelines, expectations, and processes to support their clients’ remote workforce and keep them secure.

12 Things To Cover In Your Managed Services Agreements

Have you ever opened up a product with ‘some assembly required’ that failed to include instructions (or included them, but only in a language you don’t understand)? So frustrating. Sadly, many clients feel the same way about their managed services agreements.

The 4 Pillars To Building A Top-Notch Remote Workforce

The age of the remote workforce is upon us. This offers a unique opportunity for both businesses and employees, contributing to the increased popularity of telecommuting. As traditional work arrangements evolve to include remote teams, companies can garner the best talent, regardless of their location, while also providing their clients with more comprehensive support coverage.