Online security threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and insidious, but following a few IT security best practices can greatly reduce your customers’ chances of being victimized.
A CSP (cloud service provider) replaces a nonprofit customer’s legacy BDR (backup and disaster recovery) solution with a cloud-based solution, reducing management costs and creating upsell opportunities.
For some businesses, making the transition into a fully digital company is part of their normal business strategy. Tech companies, for instance, have no choice but to keep up with the times, and that requires the digital transformation. Other companies that might not have tech ties, however, may find transitioning into a digital business to be a significant challenge. By Rick Delgado, contributing writer
An MSP turns a medical practice’s BDR (backup and disaster recovery) failure into a $1,500-a-month managed services deal.
How does your line card compare with that of your peers? More importantly, where are the highest margins and most revenue?
As ransomware becomes a more serious threat, businesses need to take new precautions.
RapidFire Tools announced recently the release of Reporter, a new stand-alone, virtual appliance that MSPs can use to fully automate regularly scheduled Network Detective IT assessments for their clients. The new software appliance is available as a $29/month add-on for Network Detective subscribers; it is used to remotely schedule the running of any Network Detective scan and automatically generate any of the fully brandable reports included with most of the individual module subscriptions.
IT professionals can now protect their virtual environments through socket-based pricing for StorageCraft ShadowProtect SPX. The new licensing model allows IT administrators to purchase licenses based on the number of CPU sockets on the host, both VMware and Microsoft, and protect an unlimited number of virtual machines per licensed socket.
This solutions provider’s expertise and business acumen enable it to respond quickly to market trends and customer demands and expect year-over-year double-digit revenue growth.
The above headline was used 30 years ago for the “From The Editor” in the first issue of Business Electronics magazine. In Robert Mueller’s article, the editor and associate publisher wrote that the office automation industry had experienced many changes, with many more to be expected.