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Managing Office 365 Users, Licenses and Groups Using PowerShell

Managing Office 365 Users, Licenses and Groups Using PowerShell

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.

This document includes useful scripts and examples of how to manage Office 365 Users, Licenses and Groups. In particular, there are the following scripts: Continue reading

Steps for Keeping Backup Data Safe from Ransomware

Steps for Keeping Backup Data Safe From Ransomware

Steps for Keeping Backup Data Safe From Ransomware

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.

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Network Admin Handbook: Basics, Subnets, IP Addressing, Hardware and Security Considerations

Network Admin Handbook: Basics, Subnets, IP Addressing, Hardware and Security Considerations

A network is a lot like a community. Both a network and a community are made up of hosts. In a community, we’re talking about homes and other buildings; in a network, it’s PCs, servers, and other devices. The roads that deliver traffic between these hosts in the network world are generally Ethernet, although they may include other types of cables. Continue reading

The 10 Backup Mistakes MSPs Make

The 10 Backup Mistakes MSPs Make

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.
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Ransomware Awareness Poster Pack

Ransomware Awareness Poster Pack

According to 85% of the MSPs surveyed* in 2019, ransomware is one of the most predominant types of malware attacks for small to medium-sized businesses. Also, MSPs further noted that their clients continue to fall victim to ransomware attacks even when they install endpoint detection, pop-up blockers, email filters, plus antivirus software.

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PowerShell Remote Alerts for Firewall, Defender and Antivirus

PowerShell Remote Alerts for Firewall, Defender and Antivirus

If you find that your Windows security  components are suddenly turned off, that might be the first sign of a ransomware attack. On the other hand, these components could simply have been turned off by a user who wanted to stop annoying updates or antivirus messages. Even that, however, opens a gate for possible attack.

Essential Guide to Backup for MSPs

Essential Guide to Backup for MSPs

Data losses can happen at any time. The only way to protect your customers’ sensitive data fully is to provide them with comprehensive backup and recovery plans. In this guide, we offer tips and best practices to help MSPs decide where to store backup data and how to tailor backup plans to different types of systems.

The MSP’s Response Guide to a Ransomware Attack

The MSP’s Response Guide to a Ransomware Attack

Because Managed Service Providers typically hold sensitive data for a large number of clients, they are becoming a major target for cyberattacks. Instead of an attack targeted at a single company, if a hacker manages to compromise the systems of an MSP, they can potentially gain access to data and systems held and managed on behalf of a large number of third-party companies. Continue reading

MSP’s Marketing Templates for Selling Backup v.2

MSP’s Marketing Templates for Selling Backup v.2

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. Continue reading

Make the Most of Your Remote Assistant

Make the Most of Your Remote Assistant

The MSP360 Remote Assistant is much more than just connecting to remote locations. Regardless of whether you are an experienced user of Remote Assistant or just starting to use this tool, the tips described here will help you get the most out of working with software. Explore your full potential with this quick start guide. Continue reading

Microsoft Azure Blob and MSP360 Managed Backup for your BaaS Offering

Microsoft Azure Blob and MSP360 Managed Backup for your BaaS Offering

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. Continue reading