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  1. A Channel Executive’s Guide To Mobility
    10/19/2017

    The market is undeniably moving faster than ever. Driven by customer demand and enabled by innovative technology, the accelerating pace at which businesses are operating is exhilarating. At the heart of this is mobility. Wireless connectivity is delivering cost efficiencies and productivity increases while enabling enhanced customer experiences and insights. With the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G on the horizon, the competitive advantages of mobility will only flourish more.

  2. A Channel Executive’s Guide To The Internet Of Things
    10/19/2017

    The Internet of Things is dramatically changing the market and opening up vast opportunities for solution providers to grow their businesses and expertise. IoT is no longer a concept of theory and proposition but a revolutionary wave of innovation driving real impact and opportunity.

  3. Responding To Cyberattacks: Omnipresent Problem Puts Most Organizations At Risk Of Complete Shutdown
    10/19/2017

    New research by VIPRE Security reveals some serious gaps in the ability of organizations to defend against and respond to cyberattacks. The gaps threaten their survival in some cases, causing most IT managers (66%) to live in fear that a cyberattack would cause their business to shut down temporarily (44%) or even permanently (22%).

  4. Deeper MSP And VAR Security Services Should include Dark Web Monitoring
    10/16/2017

    Recent studies show that 73 percent of the U.S. population (237,736,346) have at least one compromised credential and 18 percent (60,441,444) have a compromised social security number found within the Dark Web, the portion of the Internet that is hidden from conventional search engines. In 2016-2017, 4.2 billion email account credentials have been identified for sale, not including fake data. The global cost of data breaches will reach $2.1 trillion by 2019.

  5. State Of The Channel Ransomware Report
    10/12/2017

    Join Datto’s Vice President of Business Development, Rob Rae, as he dives into the findings from a recent survey of nearly 2,000 global MSPs and what ransomware means for managed service providers.

  6. How To Set Managed Services Pricing
    10/11/2017

    Whether you’re moving from on-demand support to managed services or starting a new company focused on managed services, one of the most important decisions you need to make is how to set your pricing. If you look at online forums you see people quoting everything from $5 to $250 per desktop, or $10 to $150 per user. Pricing is all over the map and so are the services offered.

  7. The Value Behind Value-Added Services
    10/5/2017

    The point of sale (POS) and payment solutions market has become more competitive as new vendors enter the fray and merchants have the option of deploying lower-cost, bare-bones solutions. For Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and solutions providers that want to stand out in an increasingly crowded space, value-added services are quickly becoming a crucial market differentiator.

  8. The Importance Of Data In A Managed Service Business
    9/29/2017

    In the super fast-paced world of technology, it can be hard to be in “the right place at the right time” to catch a trend and capitalize on it. Well, if you’re an IT service provider today, this is the right place and the right time! The hottest trend today is Big Data. And the people best placed to make use of that data are service providers who monitor and manage resources.

  9. Building Backup As A Service (BAAS): An MSP Guide To Implementation
    9/29/2017

    Everyone needs backup. But, it is a thankless job, one that adds no real competitive advantage - and when things go wrong there is nothing but blame. And things far too often do go wrong. Tape backup in particular is prone to error.

  10. Backup Is Broken & Needs A Revolution To Fix It
    9/29/2017

    There’s a vast need for efficient, affordable data backup  that  satisfies enterprises and small businesses alike. The current model isn’t cutting it. A catastrophic failure can put them out of business faster than you can imagine.