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Monitoring and Alerting Best Practices for MSPs and IT Professionals

Monitoring and Alerting Best Practices for MSPs and IT Professionals

No matter what type of IT services you provide, or which tools you use to deliver them, monitoring and alerting are a core part of your workflow. By optimizing the way you approach alerting and managing, you can improve the value of the managed services you offer to customers, while also streamlining your internal operations. Continue reading

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4 Signs It’s Time for a New RMM Tool

4 Signs It’s Time for a New RMM Tool

Not all RMM tools are made the same. Nor do they all keep up with the changing demands of an IT industry that is constantly evolving. Even if an RMM tool previously served you well, it may be time to consider migrating to an alternative solution. In this whitepaper, you’ll find four reasons why you may want to consider changing your RMM tool. Continue reading

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Managed Remote Desktop: A Secure Solution for Remote Support

Managed Remote Desktop: A Secure Solution for Remote Support

It is sometimes thought that only large companies are affected by cyberattacks, because their data might be worth more. In fact, intruders often prefer smaller businesses, since it is easier to compromise their security. When you’re working remotely with a company of any size, it is necessary to keep everything protected to avoid data leakage. Learn how you can enhance the safety of your work. Continue reading

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Windows Patch Management Best Practices for MSPs and IT Professionals

Windows Patch Management Best Practices for MSPs and IT Professionals

While patch management may not be the most exciting activity, it’s critical to ensuring the security of servers, applications, and operating systems. Managed service providers and IT pros who fail to stay on top of patching expose their clients’ IT environments to security breaches and possible downtime of systems, services, and applications.

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11 Practical Tips to Increase Your MSP Profitability

11 Practical Tips to Increase Your MSP Profitability

No matter what size business you run or which types of managed services you provide, it’s a safe bet that you’d welcome any opportunity to enlarge your profit margins. With that reality in mind, here’s a look at eleven practical steps you can take to increase profitability without overhauling your entire business or having to invest substantial capital in new services or processes. Continue reading

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9 Things to Consider When Choosing a Remote Desktop Solution

9 Things to Consider When Choosing a Remote Desktop Solution

Most of the issues related to a company’s IT infrastructure can be addressed online without any need to go anywhere in person. All you need in this case is a proper remote desktop solution. With this, you can connect to any PC and solve almost any problem. However, there is a question – what do we mean by “proper”? Continue reading

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Hourly Clients: Learning the Specifics

Hourly Clients: Learning the Specifics

Some MSPs have a strict policy in place of not working with hourly clients. While this is understandable for many reasons, there can be beneficial aspects to working with hourly clients. This whitepaper examines break-fix customers and how MSPs can take on hourly clients, and looks at some of the challenges you may encounter by working with these customers. Continue reading

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How to Evaluate a Client: a Guide for MSPs

How to Evaluate a Client: a Guide for MSPs

A badly fitting customer may sound like a lot of trouble. You spend too much time supporting them at this time does not pay off. And at the end of the day, you start losing money and your team is annoyed with such a customer. On the other hand, a customer that fits will bring you more profits and will boost your growth. Thus, you should understand which type of customer is a good fit for your MSP. Continue reading

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