Looking to recruit and hire new IT talent for your MSP, but unsure of where to start? We’ve got a guide for this: IT Staffing Made MSPeasy, featuring tips from successful MSPs on growing your technical staff to success.
Datto surveyed over 1,000 managed services providers about ransomware and published the key findings in this report. Download today for the Channel’s perspective on the state of this growing epidemic and what can be done to stop it.
The explosive growth of software as a service (SaaS) is one of the great stories of the modern world economy, and it has proven the tremendous power of the Internet as a transformative technology. SaaS is continuing to grow at a healthy clip—well into double digits—and conversations with IT buyers representing small to medium-size businesses (SMBs) suggest the future holds more of the same. Sixty-nine percent of survey respondents expect to increase their use of cloud-based technology in the next three years.
A recent study named cloud-based backup and recovery as the No. 1 cloud service for new revenue-growth potential for Managed Service Providers (MSPs). Yet for some MSPs seeking to grow managed services revenue, finding a cost-effective way to deliver these services can present hurdles. Researching, sourcing, procuring and designing the infrastructures needed to securely offer backup services can be expensive and time consuming.
In this case study featuring ETC TechSolutions, you’ll learn how ETC circumvented Cryptowall with zero downtime and no lost data for a manufacturing firm and how StorageCraft made the whole process simple.
Lawrence Reiber, co-founder and president of Tanda Technologies, describes how StorageCraft allowed Tanda Technologies to fully and quickly recover a client following a devastating fire and flood.
Sometimes the toughest thing about backup and recovery isn’t the planning and setup. It’s finding the right vendor to provide it. Learn how StorageCraft helped Total Computer Solutions deliver a custom DR offering to its clients that met their needs and budget and did so at a substantial profit.
This ebook gives you a glimpse into the importance of testing backups and offers best practices for how and when to test so that when hardware failure, user error, or even a disaster wipes out your systems, you can recover with speed and confidence.
When a Managed Service Provider or an IT support company comes to choosing an online backup tool, there are several criteria to consider: price, ease of use, trust in the vendor…and of course speed. Speed is arguably the most important issue when it comes to backup, perhaps second only to reliability.
Most big corporations have their backup houses well in order; they can afford high-end SANs powered by top disk arrays. They often have multi-tier backup and disaster recovery systems in place. They have the money to buy more space when they start to run out, and the smartest ones are using the cloud as an additional layer of security.