Survey shows SMBS need more curation and support to transition to cloud services. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
An MSP replaces a biomedical device company’s on-premises legacy server with Microsoft Office 365 and finds multiple upsell opportunities along the way.
This MSP’s commitment to following smart business practices sets it apart from competitors and has led to nearly 10 years of year-over-year double-digit growth.
The combination of processes, endpoint security, and backup and recovery solutions secures this MSP’s customers from ransomware.
Douglass Miller is the CEO of Straightedge Technologies. Like many MSPs, he was frustrated with his sales results. He had very few net new clients and sales to existing clients was uneven. In two-three years, he has doubled the size of his MSP; attracting one net new MRR client a month and growing his sales to existing clients by 3-4X. What changed? Douglass did.
The managed services market got its start as early as the 1990s as the recurring revenue business model sparked a new era of change in the technology industry. As managed service providers (MSPs) emerged, the market for their offerings grew, and it is expected to reach $193 billion by 2019, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 12.5%, according to Markets and Markets.
Have you ever been frustrated with your service provider or wondered why they aren't making your life any easier? As a service provider, there are things I would like every IT team to know so we can work better together.
Advances in technology have armed companies with more resources and power than ever before. Technology offers companies the ability to connect with customers and prospects whenever and wherever they want.
As most MSPs can attest to, building and maintaining a successful business means establishing your expertise and authority as a business partner. Doing that involves constantly showing the customer the value of the services you provide, communicating with them on a regular basis about the health of their IT assets, and not being afraid to have difficult conversations when they are warranted.
The Business Solutions ISV IQ Live! conference on February 28 at the DoubleTree Orange County Santa Ana Airport Hotel will include a speaker lineup of innovative software developer executives, investors, and channel thought leaders. A total of 16 speakers will be on stage at event to share their expertise on raising capital, marketing, pricing strategies, and building a reseller program.
Our gift card service is designed to help you generate new revenue, increase exposure of your brand, and manage gift card sales for one store or an entire chain.
Begin producing professional photo IDs in minutes – with no software expertise required. Ideal for small to mid-sized organizations, the Zebra QuikCard ID Solution contains everything needed for fast set-up, including a feature-rich Zebra ZXP Series 3™ full-color, single-sided or dual-sided card printer and CardStudio software with built-in templates.
Software-defined WAN is a new approach to network connectivity that lowers operational costs and improves resource usage for multi-site deployments, allowing network administrators to use bandwidth more efficiently and ensure the highest possible level of performance for critical applications without sacrificing security or data privacy.
Something as simple as a credit card terminal can make payments acceptance more meaningful. Even better, VARS, ISOs and Merchants can add value to their customers and local communities by supporting charitable giving. So we’re pleased to introduce DonateWiseNow – a revolutionary technology that enables micro-donations at the point of sale.
The Late-June 2017 Petya-based cyberattack has already assaulted companies in critical economic sectors across the globe. This comes just after the WannaCry incident, the largest ransomware attack in history that shut down businesses across 150 countries and infected hundreds of thousands of machines. Watch this on-demand webinar to get a closer look at the ins and outs of these ransomware attacks and learn how you can keep your clients safe.
The latest news about threats can't wait. To help you stay ahead of modern threats, we’ve compiled our observations on the cybersecurity landscape and malware trends throughout the last year, as well as insights on how to stay secure, in our Quarterly Threat Report.
Today, there are well over 50 vendors who offer some form of endpoint security. Some of them are old familiar names, like Symantec, McAfee, Sophos, and Trend Micro, while others are “next-gen” up-and-comers, such as Cylance, Sentinel One, Tanium, Bromium, and Carbon Black.
Today's advanced malware is increasingly difficult to remove and even harder to detect in the first place. In this presentation, we examine the modern threat landscape and discuss the shortcomings of traditional antivirus, as well as how organizations can stay ahead of the malware curve. Malware authors aren't too concerned about what traditional security is capable of blocking, since they've formed reliable tactics to circumvent that protection. Either by leveraging social engineering or advanced evasive tactics, modern malware spells an uphill battle for traditional defenses.