In Windows 10, the “traditional” command prompt that we’ve been using for years (dozens of years, to be exact) has been replaced by PowerShell. Of course, you can still call good old cmd.exe, but all menus and hotkeys now contain PowerShell as a default option, instead of CMD. Let’s sort things out: why did this happen and what’s the difference between these console applications? Continue reading
You only start a managed IT business if you are already a great technician. As time goes by and your MSP grows, you typically hire another technician to help you with the clients, and a salesman to boost your prospect numbers. If your services are great and your sales are healthy, over time you will hire more technicians and more salespeople and become bigger. Continue reading
What's new this week in the news for MSPs? How the SolarWinds Hackers skipped detection by Microsoft; researchers find new malware from SolarWinds attack; "vishing" or voice phishing attacks warning from FBI; and hackers attack utility developer IObit to spread ransomware to members. Continue reading
Microsoft Azure Cloud offers several types of scalable and with high-availability storage. And in many cases, it is not that easy to determine the best solution for your or your client’s company requirements since there are two types of storage accounts, five types of storage, four levels of redundancy, and three tiers for storing your data in Microsoft Azure.
Download our guide and get a free deployable PowerShell script to set up MFA for Microsoft 365 user accounts and improve the security of your Microsoft 365. Continue reading
In this guide, you will find tips on how to talk about BaaS with customers in a way that makes its value clear, but without getting so technical that clients become lost. Keep reading to learn how to explain the importance of BaaS, what backup options to explain, common types of objections to overcome, and more. Continue reading
In this eBook, we review the actions needed to properly secure a Microsoft 365 tenant. These steps are geared towards Managed Service Providers who manage multiple Microsoft 365 tenants and require some level of automation to configure Microsoft 365 tenants in bulk.
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Building a managed backup service that works for your MSP business’s current needs is one thing. Devising a backup solution that will also allow your business to keep growing and meet the backup requirements of the future is another. Continue reading
Managing data backup and recovery on a large scale is challenging, no matter which types of clients MSPs support. Backing up healthcare data, however, presents a unique set of challenges, due both to compliance requirements like HIPAA and the volume of data that healthcare companies produce. Continue reading
Clients in the education industry may be willing to pay more for managed backup services, but they also demand top-notch reliability for their backups. At the same time, backup operations in this vertical must meet FERPA compliance regulations, which apply to much of the data produced by schools and other educational organizations. Continue reading
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Even with good security in place, none of us are completely immune from cyberattacks and data breaches. And if it’s a matter of when (not if), you’d better have a proper post-boom response plan in place. Continue reading
While times are changing, and a move to cloud storage for backups is much more common, there are still some persistent myths percolating out there on the internets. Become a myth buster with David Gugick at MSP360 and Dan Tomaszewski at Everything MSP! Continue reading
Backup is no longer an optional service, it’s critical. A customer who loses important data is unlikely to be a customer for long. Selling backup services doesn’t have to be hard, and with the right approach and product selection, you can add value, provide insurance for customers, and be profitable at the same time. Continue reading