Managed Services Articles

  1. 5 Reasons To Add UC&C To Your Line Card

    Three experts explain why now is the right time to offer UC&C solutions to your customers.

  2. Don’t Let Ransomware Hold You Hostage

    The combination of processes, endpoint security, and backup and recovery solutions secures this MSP’s customers from ransomware.

  3. Sell Compliant Cloud Solutions To The Credit Union Market

    This MSP’s investments in industry compliance certification and private cloud offerings are paving the way for new growth.

  4. Product Comparison: Backup And Recovery Software

    We compare the certifications, pricing structures, and support of 10 business continuity solutions.

  5. Managed Services And Physical Security News

    According to IHS, information and communication technology downtime costs North American organizations $700 billion per year. The latest enhancements to Xirrus CommandCenter enable MSPs to incrementally scale operations, monitor customers, and respond immediately to minimize network downtime.

  6. Forecast Predicts PC Market Will Grow 10% Annually Over Next 5 Years

    Detachable tablets will take an increasing share of the market over during the same period. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  7. Workplace Autonomy: Making It Work For Your Company

    Most college students would tell you the best companies to work for typically have ping-pong tables and allow their workers to wear shorts to work. By Rick Delgado, contributing writer

  8. Trump’s Cybersecurity Order Includes Shared Services, Network Consolidation

    Latest iteration of executive order emphasizes risk of attacks among federal computer systems. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. Study Reveals Business Priorities For SMBs

    Attracting and retaining clients is priority one, followed by reducing costs and improving software. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  10. How To Help Small Businesses Protect Data

    You would think cyber criminals could get more out of hacking into the mainframe of a large organization but, these days, small businesses are the ones being targeted. By Rick Delgado, contributing writer