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
Swag is not really a new idea. The technique is time-tested, and still delivers impressive results, even for contemporary businesses such as Managed Service Providers (MSPs).
As an MSP, you can use swag to publicize your brand, promote your business on IT conferences and build relationships with existing and potential clients.
According to our survey, more than 50 percent of MSPs report that finding new customers is their greatest challenge. Are you one of them? If so, keep reading for tips on developing a marketing strategy that will help your MSP keep growing by acquiring new customers - and getting more business out of current ones. Continue reading
In this article you'll find MSP marketing tools that can help you deploy campaigns across multiple marketing channels, automate marketing operations and track the success of your efforts. Continue reading
Where to start with marketing your services if you’ve just launched your MSP business and are doing everything by yourself? Or maybe you are not planning to hire any employees at all, enjoying that you only rely on yourself for success? You probably can’t afford to create and follow an in-depth marketing strategy. That’s fine and you are not alone for sure. But you might want to check out a few easy recommendations to follow while trying to outline a plan on how to market your MSP services. Continue reading
Amazon S3 Glacier is a low-cost cloud storage for data archiving. In fact, S3 Glacier seems so cheap that many users chose it for storing all their backups. That may be costly, though. Why?
Because Amazon Glacier is as cheap for data storage as it’s expensive for restore. This article explains the pricing for AWS’s least expensive storage class. Continue reading
Backup as a Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS/RaaS) represent two major models ensuring high availability for the enterprise. All companies want to protect their production data against such disasters as fire, flood or human faults. And, when a disaster happens, these companies want to minimize their losses and restore data as soon as possible.