Learn how to develop a structured plan for responding to unplanned incidents so the business can continue to operate or quickly resume mission-critical functions.
To highlight the similarities and differences of SolarWinds Backup and MSP360 Backup, this whitepaper compares and contrasts the pricing details, supported operating systems and backup and recovery features of each product. Its goal is to help MSPs decide which tool is the best fit for their data protection needs.
Your clients’ business continuity directly depends on how feature-rich your recovery toolbox is. In this whitepaper, we will overview the variety of advanced tools MSP360 Backup offers to managed services providers to ensure they can recover just about any workload in just about any scenario.
The best way to overcome a disaster is to prepare for it beforehand. Recovery testing might not sound like the most enticing idea ever for an MSP; you and your tech staff will spend a lot of time running tests and outlining terrifying scenarios. However, it is a procedure of the utmost importance. Continue reading
Backing up data regularly is one of the most important things you can do to protect against a ransomware attack. With backups, you have a “clean” copy of your data that you can use to restore operations in the event that ransomware takes control of production systems.
By the very nature of the potential disruptions that require backups, the business of backups is anything but predictable – you’re creating backups because you don’t know which system will crash, which data will be accidentally deleted, or which location will lose power. And it’s this unpredictability that causes MSPs to make mistakes that inevitably cause problems, whether during backup itself or during recovery.
If you’re new to the game, ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts anything from specific files up to, and including, entire systems – holding them for ransom (usually paid in Bitcoin).
At MSP360 we know that there are never too many marketing templates, especially when it comes to selling backup. Therefore, we have prepared one more set of assets for selling Backup-as-a-Service. Download them for free, put your company logo and contact info in, and use to explain your prospects how good your backup service is and what business problems it solves.
There are two key reasons any new service should be considered by an MSP: it’s needed by your customer, and you generate a profit providing it. The first is critical — without customer needs, you are offering a solution looking for a problem.
It is often safer and cheaper to store client backup data in the cloud. The market is full of various solutions for this. In fact, there are so many cloud storage options that you sometimes cannot easily determine which solution best suits your needs. Microsoft Azure Blob Storage is one of the most popular solutions for storing backup data in the cloud.