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MSP Voice Episode 72 – “Managed Defense, Detection and Response” with Yigal Behar

MSP Voice Episode 72 – “Managed Defense, Detection and Response” with Yigal Behar

This week’s guest is Yigal Behar with 2Secure out of the New York City area. Yigal came to the US from Israel where he had an IT consulting firm and also worked at a company providing security services. Taking his enterprise expertise to the US, he decided to open up a consultancy to help smaller businesses be more secure. Continue reading

How to Add New Managed IT Services to Your Portfolio

How to Add New Managed IT Services to Your Portfolio

To meet the demands of an evolving customer base, more and more businesses are leveraging IT to maximize operational effectiveness and deliver products and services efficiently to their customer base. As such, they look for MSPs to help them solve the challenges of running an agile organization in today’s competitive business landscape. Continue reading

MSPs, Document Your Scripts for Good

MSPs, Document Your Scripts for Good

Automation tools have changed the managed service provider landscape forever. These tools have made it possible for network administrators to do what they never thought possible previously. This includes pushing out settings changes and sending updates to hundreds or thousands of users at once. The time saved thanks to these tools is truly priceless. Furthermore, automation tools also make unattended changes flow seamlessly. This makes it easier to make changes when most appropriate for the end user. Continue reading

MSPs: Selling the Cake vs. Selling the Ingredients

MSPs: Selling the Cake vs. Selling the Ingredients

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

PowerShell Remote Alerts for Firewall

PowerShell Remote Alerts for Firewall

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.

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Backup Infrastructure Safety Considerations for MSPs

Backup Infrastructure Safety Considerations for MSPs

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

MSP Voice Episode 69 – “Self Made” with Andrew Lassise

MSP Voice Episode 69 – “Self Made” with Andrew Lassise

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