One of the biggest challenges in transitioning employees to a work-from-home environment is giving them access to the applications and data that they run on their workstations in the office. It's usually not practical (or secure) for employees to take their physical workstations with them when they switch to working from home. Trying to have employees install work applications on their personal, at-home computers is equally problematic.
The recent COVID-19 outbreak has forced many companies and governmental institutions to ask their employees to work from home. At first, that might sound like a brilliant idea, but most people are not used to working away from their offices. There are a lot of distractions at home and it might not be easy to switch into work mode when there are no co-workers or management around. This article will provide you with tips on how to stay productive and organize a comfortable home office.
One of the reasons why ransomware’s influence is so great is that there are multiple ways in which ransomware attacks can occur. As an MSP, protecting your clients’ businesses from ransomware requires being familiar with all of the ransomware attack scenarios and taking steps to defend against each of them.
You can’t not have a conversation about ransomware with your customers. The risk that ransomware poses to their businesses is too great not to discuss. Your customers need to be aware of how the growing ransomware threat is evolving and what they can do to minimize risk. The more they know, the easier it’s going to be to do your job.
The global market for managed services is expected to reach $282 billion by 2023. But not all MSPs will reap the benefits equally. Why? Because not all providers are the same. MSPs come in different sizes and shapes with separate client profiles and backgrounds.
As a business owner, you should already be aware of the impact that good tech solutions have on MSPs. To take your business to the next level, you should consider professional services automation (PSA) software. Continue reading