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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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Educational Poster: Top 7 Signs That Your PC Is Infected with Malware

Educational Poster: Top 7 Signs That Your PC Is Infected with Malware

Building security awareness can be as complicated as it is rewarding. End-users are the most targeted resource within a company, but they are also the first line of defense. Therefore, we have prepared this poster that MSPs can use to raise malware awareness among their clients. Download it for free and insert your company logo along with the corresponding contact info. Continue reading

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Tips for Making a Hybrid Work Model Actually Work

Tips for Making a Hybrid Work Model Actually Work

Tips for Making a Hybrid Work Model Actually Work

It’s no secret that the nature of work has changed, and many employees will never return full-time to the office. Hybrid work offers a variety of benefits to businesses and employees alike. But it also creates new technical challenges that IT departments and MSPs need to manage. Download this guide for tips on how to meet the IT needs of hybrid workers in a secure and efficient way. 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.

How to Achieve Total Backup Security with MSP360 Managed Backup

How to Achieve Total Backup Security with MSP360 Managed Backup

Major data breaches affecting more than 100,000 users appear in the news every week, and minor ones are countless. It’s not only cyberattacks that are to blame; sometimes data is left unsecured due to human error or simple carelessness. Considering this, it is vital to choose a backup solution that will keep your data safe. Continue reading

4 Security Practices for Hybrid Cloud

4 Security Practices for Hybrid Cloud

As convenient and user-friendly public cloud environments may be, they are hardly the place to store sensitive data or confidential communications. At the same time, secure cloud environments can come with a hefty price tag. This is why more organizations are turning to hybrid cloud computing, which combines the benefits of both private and public cloud computing. Continue reading

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Guide to End-User Verification and a Verification Policy Draft

Imagine that you get a call one morning from an end-user with a request to reset their password. The employee forgot the password or lost a mobile phone and now needs to set things up again. You routinely reset their password and thank them for the call. Later on that day, the organizational network has been successfully attacked, all their files are locked with ransomware, and you need to recover them as fast as possible. Continue reading

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