Good customer service means end-users should feel that they are being cared for throughout the support process. But great customer service means taking steps to reduce the reasons why customers need to request assistance in the first place. Continue reading
Backup is one of the most important practices for any business and should be approached with care and attention to detail. Your choice of retention and scheduling scenarios should be based on your business needs.
In this article we’ll talk about essential retention considerations and assets which will help you set up your backups properly. Continue reading
Managed service providers encounter numerous challenges regularly. From business development and MSP marketing to IT automation and staff, business managers and owners must do it all. But one of the biggest debates brewing on the MSP front for the last couple of years is about the choice of selling MSP packages as a whole or the base and add-ons separately. Continue reading
December 2019 has witnessed three major ransomware attacks on MSPs and service providers (and we're only halfway through the month!). The data of more than 100 dentistry practices was encrypted via an attack on an MSP, one of the biggest US data centers provider was hit and the data of several non profit organizations was encrypted with ransom demands of around $500,000.
The dark web doesn’t have to be a foreign concept to your clients. Look at it as an opportunity to provide additional value to them through your own dark web monitoring services. Unlike other services MSPs provide, dark web monitoring is still in its infancy, so differentiate your offering today. Continue reading
Managing one server can be complicated enough, but what if you have multiple platforms to protect? Multi-server platforms are more common as we transition to an environment of highly distributed, cloud-based platforms. As we move further, multi-tenancy is becoming the new black when it comes to digital ecosystems. Continue reading
Andrew started off with a degree in finance in 2009. Unfortunately, because of the recession, he had to switch gears and focus on IT instead of finance. He found a position at a company doing break-fix remotely and then was approached by some friends about starting their own IT company. Continue reading
According to the 2019 Cost of Cybercrime Study report by Accenture & Ponemon, the world economy is at risk of losing $US5.2 trillion globally over the next five years to cyber attacks. To avoid becoming a statistic in today’s dangerous cybersecurity landscape, more and more businesses are seeking ways to improve their security posture. Continue reading