What's new this week in the news for MSPs? Peculiar Linux malware targeting VoIP switches; universities under new ransomware attacks; SunCrypt ransomware hits University Hospital in NJ; Google Advanced Protection users now get scans for malicious files; and Equinix hit by NetWalker ransomware Let's see what it's all about. Continue reading
The 2020 pandemic has come and gone, and employees are now back to working in the office. But that doesn’t mean that they will never have to return to a work-from-home strategy.
Forward-thinking companies should be preparing plans and resources to enable them to switch back to a remote workforce in the event that another pandemic or similar disaster strikes. Continue reading
If you support companies whose employees worked from home during the coronavirus pandemic, you may now find yourself helping those companies to move their employees back to the office. To make this transition smoothly and securely, MSPs must address a variety of factors. Continue reading
Following these four steps will keep your MSP business going during the crisis. They will not only help you to survive this unfortunate pandemic but to come out stronger on the other side. Continue reading
For decades now, businesses have chosen to use terminal servers for employee client-side access to their data. With the rise of cloud computing, managed service providers have a number of new ways to put a different spin on this traditional solution.
Using PowerShell to remotely manage your servers is both fast and effective. Once you get everything set up, the rest will become second nature by running the various cmdlets that will be discussed in this guide. Continue reading
For IT professionals, moving your company’s workers from the office to a work-from-home setting may seem simple enough at first glance. You simply tell them to log into their company workstations from their home computers and then get to work, right? Continue reading
COVID-19 is upon us. As an MSP, you are likely to find that many of your customers are working from home. Many of your employees may be doing the same. Explore tips for keeping both your own MSP business and your clients' businesses operating smoothly during the mass transition to remote work. Continue reading
One of the primary tasks of any Office 365 administrator is managing user accounts, licenses, and groups. Sometimes it gets easier to perform these tasks in the Microsoft 365 admin center, but other tasks are much quicker and easier to do with PowerShell.