Entering a long-term contract with your SMB customers can be a win-win situation. It creates predictable income for your MSP business, and it helps them lock in a fixed monthly managed service rate, which can save them money down the road. While it may be difficult to convince a prospect to sign a lengthy contract […]
Cyber threats are constantly evolving, and the days where a spam-filter or a basic firewall were enough to protect your network are long gone. Now, managed service providers and their SMB customers need to adopt new technologies to keep up with today’s advanced threats.
Over the past five years, the IT landscape has changed drastically, and security is now at the forefront of everyone’s minds. While it is our mission to deliver data protection and security solutions to keep your SMB customers safe from today’s cyber threats, we also want to set your MSP up for business success. To […]
This week’s tip comes from our recent webinar with Brent Fairbanks from Electronic and Computer Specialties Inc., and Dan Wensley from Passportal. With customers and their end-users dealing with so many passwords that are constantly expiring, Brent has capitalized on this pain point by using password management as a gateway to onboarding more SMB customers […]
To help you effectively grow your business one step at a time, we are introducing Tip Tuesday. This is a weekly feature designed to show you one area of your business that you can improve. This week’s tip comes from Daniel Lutz, one of our partner support engineers. Daniel communicates with our partners on a […]
Safeguarding your customers’ data from today’s evolving threats is no easy task. Especially when it feels like your customers are working against you. For example, SMBs are the primary target for ransomware attacks, but only 34 percent of small businesses test their backups regularly. Avoid the data loss drama this year and create an actionable […]
You might think you’re in a recurring nightmare because this malware keeps coming back year after year — and continues to pop up in new and unexpected ways. On Monday, the Conficker virus turned eight. With its constant modifications and more than 190 million Microsoft Windows computers and 11 million IoT devices infected so far, […]