MSP360 apologizes for the situation with the GSuite backup. As you may know, the authorization of the connector application was taken down by Google, so that, even after the product is installed on your domain, our solution is unable to access the data inside your domain. The issue affects only new clients. Continue reading
What's new in the news this week for MSPs? Another week in quarantine and shutdown for many of us. Amazon releases its investigator service for general use, and Microsoft rebrands Office365. Meanwhile, hackers and other breaches predominate. The world is moving ahead, with lots of changes afoot. Let’s see what's going on.
MSP360™, the leading provider of multi-cloud data backup and disaster recovery (BDR) solutions, is offering free MSP360™ Backup for Desktop for Windows and macOS licenses to MSPs and other users in addition to other zero-cost resources during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
All new Windows and macOS desktop operating systems endpoints installed through April, 30 are free for 90 days. After 90 days of usage, users are given the option to purchase or opt out of the software.
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If you are a Managed Backup Service user, refer to the MSP360™ latest press release for MSPs.
What's new this week in the news for MSPs? We may be in quarantine, but that doesn't stop security breaches and malware attacks.
AWS offers hybrid service Outposts and accuses Pentagon of giving a do-over to Microsoft, Finastra gets hit by a security breach, and more. It's been a busy week! Let's see what's going on.
What's new this week in the news for MSPs? The world has changed, but that doesn't stop cyber or ransomware attacks.
The Department of Defense goes back to court, and a foreign state may be behind a cyberattack against HHS. It's been a busy week! Let's see what's going on.